Shilo Inn - Tigard
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... soon they are looking good.
Time to put them back on the rack and check the new bike cover to see it it will fit over all three.
Later on we enjoy the sunset out back.
Further enjoyment is we go have fresh Walla Walla Sweet Onion Rings and Fresh Raspberry Milkshake at Burgerville with a friend. Life is good
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... the Seattle area that we had met three years ago at the Burn’s wedding in San Francisco and then shared the guest cottage with them in St. Helena. First words out of Gary’s mouth to me was “Weren’t you my croquet partner in St. Helena?” Now that’s a memory! “Yes, and we came in second place!”. He and his beautiful wife, Shelley were on a winery ...
Today was another sad day. Napoleon and a female sheep were killed today. It was interesting because we used a guy who does mobile slaughter. It was really cool how he did, and we were allowed to watch, and I am really happy I did. All the cuts were well planned and were used to get the hide off. After removing the hide, he gutted them. Napoleon was sawed in half, in order to stash the meat in the van ...
... the traffic was so heavy. Instead we headed east on Marine Drive to 33rd street where we lived in a boat house for 6 wonderful years. We stopped at The Deck (a new to us restaurant) at the end of one of the rows. We talked to the owners (whom we knew casually) and learned that Ben still worked for them. They brought him out of the kitchen and he recognized us immediately --one of the highlights of this trip! We first met Ben ...
... we maintained our culinary standards in this dusty rugged terrain. Feist was fiercely fabulous, Andrew Byrd was bashfully beautiful, The Devil Makes Three had a cellist that was wildly wicked and we were blown away by Shaky Graves, JD McPherson, The Relatives, and Lake Street Dive, to name a few more outstanding acts! Pickathon is a zero waste festival so you buy one set of plates, cutlery and cups that are reused, washed and dried after each meal, and although ...