Walla Faces Inns at the Vineyard
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... try it out. What did we do with the kids? Well, iPads and a park bench, of course. Seriously, the tasting rooms are in town and we only went to a couple... It was a cute typical small town with very friendly people. We had a nice dinner out with the boys.
Next stop....Columbia River Gorge and a visit with our good friends, the L'Hommedieus, in Portland! Whoop!
... the spectators as the dancers who performed within the circle. these
placed their sholders together with their robes tightly drawn about them and
danced in a line from side to side, several parties of from 4 to seven will be
performing within the circle at the same time.
The whole concluded with a premiscuous dance in which most of them sung
... which means the most-crowded sites. For all but two of the tours, the four of us--Doug and me along with Lisa and Dan, our travel buddies--were the only participants. On the other two tours we were four among 12 people. Not once were we disappointed in the guides nor in what we were able to see!
That said, none of these private tours were for the feint of heart or the weak in body as we walked everywhere--on uneven cobblestone surfaces, up ...
... free shower caps you get at a hotel. (Another Pinterest find I've actually used!) I also put all my toiletries, liquids, and medicines in this carry-on so I can easily access them when going through security.
And finally, I keep all the iPhone and iPad charging cords, ear buds, and electrical converters all together in one bright green bag that is easily accessible. I learned to do that after going through ...
In response to yesterday's post about packing, several people asked if I was a roller or a folder. The quick answer is: roller. But there is never a quick answer with me! If we're talking tents as in camping, I learned the first day of my Big Ride Across America that neither rolling or folding was an efficient way to return a nylon tent to its original stuff sack, especially when it's wet. After that first rainy night I became a born-again stuffer and ...