Red Lion Inn & Suites McMinnville
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... the trailer hooked on!) and took drive by photos of the miles and miles of lovely fields of grapevines. Once at Old Stone Village, the McMinnville RV park, we settled in for a few days of exploring the wine country. The park is lovely, with a great swimming pool and big, wide, level paved spaces! Dave and Ellen and the furry 'boys' joined us there on the Saturday, so they were able to partake in the fun the Grangers had ...
... we took the kids to dinner and surprised them that we had decided (if they wanted to) to adopt the two darling small pinchers! The kids, ecstatic, agreed, and we spent the next day or so heading back to San Jose for our flight, taking the dogs to a vet, buying the needed equipment and faking like we were sure of what we were doing. You know us, so you know Silas and I arequite planful usually. This choice to bring new family members home was now, I see, ...
... and then off to bed-after a bit of Olympics watching.
August 9th - Thursday- A good nights sleep and felt refreshed! Becky stopped by to see the yard here and look for ideas for hers. Not long after she left Gary and Sharon returned from the coast trip. We sat around and talked and then their nephew Chris arrived. He joined us for dinner out on the patio. After clean up we all did our own things till bedtime.
August 10th - Friday - Charlie died on ...
... fighter maintains his escort until "Ye Olde Pub" is over the North Sea. At this point, the pilot throws a salute to the battered B-17 and turns back towards Germany. It is reported that the German pilot advised his CO that the plane had been shot down over the sea. Its also reported that Lt. Brown and his crew told all at their briefing and particularly their encounter with the Messerschmidtt pilot but were ordered never to talk about it.
More than 45 years, ...
... or Fresh Fruit and your choice of thick-cut fresh baked bread: 10 grain wheat, Salem Sourdough, or Sunflower Seed.
The Accidental Omelet
Sausage, mushrooms, melted provolone cheese, fresh sage, paprika, garlic, shallots and pepper in a three egg omelet. We were making Thanksgiving stuffing and thought we would try it as an omelet. It is delicious! 11.95
Roma tomatoes, fresh mozzarella ...
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It was clean and quiet, so that's good. Seems like an older hotel, some spiffing up wouldn't hurt. Breakfast was sparse, waffles if you had the time to wait in line. Coffee with powdered creamer. Rather tired apples and bananas. Sausage, hash browns and hard boiled eggs were not terrible appetizing. We'll probably stay at the Comfort Inn next time through McMinnville.
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