Village Green Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... if you wish. I hope to post something every few days but It will likely vary a lot. Tentatively we plan to go for a couple of months, setting out with a mixture of enthusiasm , curiosity and caution. It will be good to finally get underway. Later, ...
... that are around Cottage Grove. I took some pictures that I will try to post later. The meal at the winery was very unique for us. The 4 of us ordered 2 salads, to split between the respective couples. We also ordered an appetizer plate of 7 different kinds of meat. It is really hard to describe. The portions amounted to slivers, or really small portions of meat. There was chicken liver pate, slivers of duck, ...
... myself how cool and awesome it is to be right here and take advantage of all I have here. Some more photos posted below.
PS, I discovered this guide to green living that is really helpful:
http://ee.usatoday.com/emag/Default.asp x?href=USAM%2F2013%2F05%2F01&pageno =1&view=document
6/24/13: Local resident and avid kayaker, Ken Briegleb, lives on the Middle Fork of the Willamette, the class II (mainly) river that flows thru ...
... somehow ate the rest of the container of blue cheez. I had a feeling I would regret that later. But for now it tatsed oh so good. The burgers were done and SHima and I ate side by side chowing down on the yummyness. After diner we did a little strolling along the beach.This stretch looked similar to the beach from yesterdays campsite. There were a few more interesting things on this beach. There were some drift wood logs and ...
... The guy serving the wine had some good stories about his time in Europe too. He was telling us about when he was in Romania for 6 months or so. So we were able to try some good wines and meet some interesting people.
After finishing up at the vineyard we continued on the trail and headed to Our Daily Bread for lunch. This was a really cool place that used to be a church. Jared had the fish and chips and I had a roast beef sandwich. We both enjoyed our ...