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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... I wasn't going to dip my toes but Nick and Neil were keener so I eventually did. Boy, was it cold! The return journey was more direct and we passed endless firs. It reminded me of Vancouver Island. We treated Nick and Linda to drinks at Rogues brewery (tried the Dead Guy ale - good), followed by dinner at the excellent Fratellis, whose tattooed waitress was informative and friendly - as all Oregonians ...
... 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 ...
... to us that the seals wouldn't be in the caves this month as the Bulls (male seals) had come down from Alaska to mate with the females so we would see over 300 of them up at the cliff view point. We looked at both anyway and the cliff was the best place, they were so loud calling each other and climbing over each other.
Another view point along the highway was some sand dunes which were pretty cool. You could hirer dune buggy's and do a little tour but we wanted to make ...
... 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. ...
... he or she feels is best, and letting it go from there.
I could expand that into a hot-air-balloon-sized bloviation, but I refuse to step onto a soapbox in a piece I have titled "A Small Wrapup". The point I most want to convey is: Life life in the now, the way you want to live it. And if you aren't living to make yourself happy, why not, and are you willing to undertake the journey to start?
Anyway, starting Thursday morning, I'm back on the road, ...