Wine Country Farm
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... a camp fire, while smoldering patches are visible in the distance where fire crews were still working. Not long after, I reached the East Glacier side after driving around 50 miles, end-to-end, where St Mary's Lodge is situated. Although the lodge has a restaurant, I wasn't too excited about it and wanted more of a local feel, so I decided to head north toward Canada to a town called Babb. I visualized it to be a quaint town with mom-and-pop ...
... were clean in the house and read and tried to sit in the sun for a bit but just too hot. Gary and Sharon arrived home midafternoon and I stayed out of the way while they unpacked. Later hamburgers on the outside grill and all went to be dearly.
July 28th Tuesday-All of us had placed to go and things to do and people to see today. Hot out again. Tonight was a pork roast on the BBQ, potato salad and all! Good.
... the first time - it was actually alright. Jake had packed a pastrami sandwich, which he also enjoyed. After a short sunbathing session after lunch, we made our way down town. Portland is a strange place, but lovely. Loads of people ride bicycles, everything is very spaced out and there is loads to eat. We walked past a plethora of food carts with a very wide range of culinary options - all sorts of cuisines. We also noticed that there ...
... warehouse. Ingrid opened the bay doors and we walked in. We saw lots of barrels and bottles of wine and thought, well, not exactly what we expected. Then, she showed us to the tasting room. Wow!
Floor to ceiling barrels and bottles of wine. A lovely table down the center set up for the tasting with the most interesting lights above. A ladder hanging length wise with something that looked like large Christmas lights. Lovely atmosphere.
... tiny tiny trees in the pebbles that people grow in their kitchens and bathrooms. I bought a miniature azalea, just like the name of the area where Grandma and Grandpa are buried. The man said it will take years to grow into the tree you see on the box but patience is a virtue that I need to work on, and maybe they can help me with that. It seemed perfect. I'm going to chill out for now as I need to be up later to speak with Kyle. Until ...