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... challenging to restrain ourselves beyond a couple of second hand titles! However, perhaps the highlight for us was the most impressive rose garden we have ever visited, bar none. Roses and the Portland climate are obviously highly compatible, and despite heavy showers, we wandered for ages admiring colours and varieties of rose we had never seen before.
... s dad play a tuba! It was a fun day and that wore Teddy out.
Annie’s plane came in very late Sunday night and she was on the same flight as Alice Cooper (who did a show with Motley Crew together in Eugene this week). Annie said Alice Cooper looks a little rough.
-- End of the Day Trip Meter Reading: 5100--
We got to visit Betty Fuller who had wonderful toys for Teddy to play with.
We had supper with Mark and ...
... with responsibility of organizing and facilitating the monthly meeting), board member of the Oregon Coast Military Museum (requiring much more time than I originally thought), member of the Siuslaw Genealogy Society, volunteer at the library to assist others with their genealogy, along with other civic involvement, occupied a great deal of time.
To complicate an already busy lifestyle, my mother-in-law suffered a severe stroke on February 27th. ...
... I kept thinking to myself, if I were to die right now I would die happy. I have loved, lived, and experienced things in so many different ways that some people don't get to experience in an entire lifetime. I will spend my whole life searching for new places to explore, and will meet people that will change my perspective on life over and over again. I am in love with the world. Spain, you will forever have a piece of me with you. Peace out world, until we meet again.
... with a small tasting room, more intimate than the preceding places. We sat inside this time as the heat was rising outside.Luckily for us, the winemaker himself, Daniel, was there explaining his process to another group. He eventually came over to chat with us and was great. We loved his Pinot Gris, smooth and delicate with full flavour. Even better was the next, a Viognier, rich and mellow without the hint of dirty socks that most have. His Pinot Noir stood up and bested most ...
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