Wine Country Farm
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... We paid our $18 (ish, for the two of us) and entered the gardens. The gardens were very... green. We thought there would be a few more flowers, but apparently not. Nevertheless, the scenery was beautiful. The term 'gardens' suggested to me that there would be more than one - like a few to see. It was more like a maze; none of the high bushes, just lots of little trails and little things to see. It was really nice. The atmosphere was so calm and quiet ...
Today we left Washington state for Oregon!! We had a long drive and it was so interesting to see the sudden climate shift from arid, dry land with few trees and little vegetation, to beautiful forests and lush greenery. Apparently, much of the state is very dry, but past the Hood River there is more rainfall and it becomes lush, green and has HUGE trees! It was a long ride, we intended to stop for a picnic lunch but one of the place we planned to stop was not what was ...
... a Champagne, then a white, two tastings of Rose', and then five reds. Along with the wine she served Foie Gras (yes, I ate it, I still can't believe that), then Jamon Iberico de Bellota, several cheeses and then a delightful chocolate.
It was really hard to pick which wine we like the best. So we bought three of them, two Pinot Noir and a Syrah. Some of the wines were theirs and some were wines that they emulate. Overall, a really pretty place ...
... hours. It is multiple levels. We managed to score a few gifts for family members as well as a few gifts for ourselves. After that we walked back to the car, had trouble paying for parking (long story) but eventually got on the road. Will then took a wrong turn which added 20 minutes to the trip but we got home eventually after a quick stop at the grocery store. It is a steak and veg dinner tonight. Yum! We will hit the hay early tonight in preparation for our big day tomorrow. Talk ...
... some nice, unstressed time just shooting the breeze, working the jukebox and
glowing under the neon. The night ended with a walk, a bus, another walk, and
an amazing rendition (or two…) of Islands in the Stream – at least I thought so
* Peter is not this man’s real name. I doubt anyone other
than my family and close friends are going to read this blog, but I still feel
like some privacy should be held in tact for ...