Travelodge Pioneer Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... near Napa Valley. I believe it's still considered a part of wine country, though, especially since there were about 4 places for wine tasting in a span of 3 blocks. So, we went into the Cheese Factory and tried a bunch of different cheeses and did some wine tasting. The lady pouring our glasses was so nice and she ended up giving us way more than what we paid for. We were only supposed to taste 3 wines each, but ...
... little human. I wonder if people could ever even guess that I am a model. Anyhow. Randall brought us through several rooms of the hotel where the boats were being showed at, and we soon after left to go pick some huckleberries. He took us to one of his friends' houses in the mountains. As we approached his house, a deer ran right in front of us in the street! It was so cute and perky. As we picked huckleberries, I noticed that these incredible nature candies were also ...
... metal frame and roll bar, and a hot V-8 engine… I’m sure the car doesn’t get more than 10 mpg… smile… but when you have 400 + HP and a car that weighs maybe 2200 lbs soaking wet… you have lots of HP to lbs ratio for a car to go fast… ...
... and ended the day inhaling deeply the wonderful scents of clover, annual rye grass and fields of mint.
I hear lots of fireworks exploding in the neighbourhood and the sun has not yet set. I know the rodeo grounds are close by so I imagine there will be fireworks after the rodeo. I am thinking It's going to be a noisy night.
Harrisburg is in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. As we left the coast and drove east through some small passes filled with beautiful pine forests we really had no idea the Valley was going to be so large or beautiful. I hadn't been to Oregon in 10 years and the last time I was there I don't remember driving around and exploring the area much. There is mile upon mile of farmland and vineyards. The views were great (we did avoid ...