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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... by my insurance to go over my health. A big waste of time as everything she asked about was already in my records. Back home and cleaned the leaves (it looks like fall instead of spring here) from the back and front patios. Later swimming with Phil—the water is warm and feels good to just float around in it. I even swam a couple of lengths, a lot for me! We debated on a lot of places for dinner and I was going to cook here ...
... with rain threatening we headed off to taste some local wines. The Wine Studios had a mix of grapes to try (bought 2 super Rieslings) but the more attractive Elk Cove winery, amidst rolling hills and lovely views (if it stopped raining) had some great Pinots. We returned via an upmarket supermarket where the tattooed cheese manager suggested some local cheeses - and they were good. Neil snored loudly again last night so I decamped to the sofa and slept a lot ...
... for us.
Pete and Carol had planned a super itinerary which included visits to wineries & tasting rooms (Walnut City Wineworks, Spangler, Sokol Blosser, Archer Summit, Durrance and Carleton Cellars), Red Ridge, which is an olive oil mill that actually grows its own olive trees, right there around McMinnville, and to a local brewery way out in the sticks, Fire Mountain, that was run by great people who made ...
... my ear told me my time. I bet the cows in Turner were wondering what kind of human I was!!
Truth be told, I almost gave up near Gaffin Hill. The rain was pouring down, my glasses needed wind shield wipers and the wind was so hard in my face that I very nearly gave up. I got really close to calling my son and begging him to come pick me up. Then I remembered that "one might encounter all four seasons in a ...
... of saying "yes" to a universe that had provided us with an amazing experience in Central America and as a family. The trip had clearly massaged the leather that was our "scheduled minds" and made them supple enough to decide that two small Costa Rican dogs of unknown age and breed would be a good thing on the farm. We hoped for the best and got it--an easy trip home with some serendipitous looks in the other direction where regulations are concerned. ...