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... and mushrooms. Both were excellent. I had a glass of local pinot gris while Fletcher tried the riesling, both from Ponzi . The riesling was excellent, more like Australian riesling. Peter's fish and chips was also very good he reported, though his water was a little thin!
Then it was back on the road and another venture into the winding lanes of the Dundee Hills. Domaine Drouin was our next destination. This was one of the older wineries in this area, established ...
... all round the horizon - unbeatable. Also took a short hike up a local peak and had the snowy top all to myself with breathtaking views all round.
The American's love their information signs and I love them too. Here are some seen today at Crater Lake.
Beside a toilet block: "Please keep off the roof"
-After a seven and a half hour drive we decided to stop for the night here.
-While getting gas for the next morning and stopping at a local grocery store to buy breakfast and ice, we met some nice college students who were taking extra summer classes that offered us a safe location to spend the night in ...
hotel scene, along with sometimes cheaper boutique properties. At Union Square, morning sunshine filters through trees. Google techs walks by, cafes, art
galleries, wine bars and shops spills over with energy. Women with
sunglasses and designer jeans compulsively checks their Iphones while
men fidget with their Blackberries and Ipads. These are the
City's bourgeois . There are also lots ...
Excuse my rant-
Sunday, August 18-
When we pulled into Armitage Campground Sunday we were in for a little surprise- no sites were available! Oh, my! We usually don't travel during "high season" and the lack of campsite availability, especially on Sundays, is foreign to us. A little research by the campground reservation dude disclosed that there, indeed was one site left for one night only. The site had been reserved by someone ...
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