Vineyard Inn Motel
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... unlike our own. We believe in local and sustainable, but we also believe in far-away and one time experiences. May this be one of those treats both so different that we gain new perspective and so singular that we remember it as unique and unreplicable.
What a privilege to be able to do this trip, and we hope to return healthy and appreciative to all our friends and family in the States. Adios!
... catch the ferry from to Alaska.
We will now be travelling to Alaska on our own as Bjoern had an off and fractured his radius and ulna. He has undergone surgery in California and now has a plate and pins in place. They have cancelled their booking on the Alaskan marine ferry and will continue towards Mexico when given the OK by the orthopaedic surgeon. Our thoughts are with them both and hopefully they will be on the road again shortly.
... of any of our delicious Hashes alongside our biscuit & gravy, and two eggs cooked your way. With Corned Beef or Prime Rib Hash $11.95 With Heavenly Veggie Hash $10.95
Heavenly Veggie Hash
The incredibly popular hash that could change the world. Fresh veggies- broccoli, zucchini, caramelized onions, bell peppers, spinach, artichoke, shredded carrots and spices, chopped into baby Yukon Gold potatoes. Topped with ...
... I have come up with so far:
Our tickets (complicated as they are) were about $800 per person all told. I have heard of someone getting them for as low as $400 (and when I heard that I started smacking my forehead repeatedly) but when I searched initially they were about $1,000. It was cheaper to fly into Vegas first and go from there. And, bonus, we have a friend in Vegas so we can stay with her for the ~2-day ...
... t do much. Mid afternoon I did go to World Market for wine- They had Bogle Cabernet on sale. ($8.04 a bottle) I took my time and wandered up and down the isles just looking. I am starting to think Christmas gifts! Phil called several times today - he is enjoying the White Mts and Alexs’ shacks. These are the tiny cabins, like you might find along Route 66 in AZ. They are not open to the public anymore and are beginning to need repair, but still usable and fun to stay in. ...