Inn At Red Hills
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Today was a day to hit the wineries (well for Julie - not for me as the designated driver!).
We headed down south a little to Cristom and then the Witness Tree (named after the large Oak Tree that overshadows their plot). Both producing some lovely wine (apparently!) :)
We then stopped off at Amity to hand Francesca over to her …
Today we drove from tillamook to Dundee - part of willamette valley wine district. As normal we took a slightly unusual route - mainly as we know we'll be coming down the road again and by doing it now it means we don't mind going it at night next time :) Hence we diverted off the 101 and headed towards netarts and down the coast road towards …
We decided to try and do something today that Francesca might enjoy rather than lots of wineries so we headed too Silver Lake State Park just south of Silverton - home to 10 waterfalls. Naturally they are best viewed in the spring when the flow is greatest but still well worth seeing even during the summer. You can park in three different places …
... Step number one to get to “number two” was picking up the key at the front counter and advancing to the outside back location. Now this key will never get stolen or lost because it was attached to a solid ring the size of a frisbee. Apparently a customer had turned that single bathroom into her “private” library when we were there. So after 15 minutes of wait time we ...
... were booted out in 2010 to make room for the pro soccer Timbers. (Good news for the soccer though)
In planning news - after speaking to Louise back in England, we have decided to officially crash the first part of their holiday in the smoky mountains at the start of Sept. We think this is good news...we hope Marc and Louise do too...if not they can always wear disguises and try and hide from us.
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