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- Pets allowed
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... t get to the coast yesterday, that is today's destination. The hiways are two lane and lots of twists and turns..but very picturesque. We are travelling on hiway 38 towards a place called Reedsport, on an inlet of the Pacific. I've posted a picture from the gps of one of the huge switchbacks we went through. We stopped for lunch at Elkton and found our first bakery. We shared a Raspberrry sweet bun with icing, almost 8 in in diameter and split it into ...
... near Napa Valley. I believe it's still considered a part of wine country, though, especially since there were about 4 places for wine tasting in a span of 3 blocks. So, we went into the Cheese Factory and tried a bunch of different cheeses and did some wine tasting. The lady pouring our glasses was so nice and she ended up giving us way more than what we paid for. We were only supposed to taste 3 wines each, but ...
... were just nice yards. There were some really good ideas, but, each of them was a lot of work so not many will try to follow in their steps! Then back to Becky’s where we toured her garden/yard that is in progress. It looks much better than when she first moved into that house. Has a lot of potential. Leaving there I drove back to Stayton to visit Rita. She has not been well in some time so I am always hesitant to knock on the door!! But she was ...
... would deliver it to AZ if we are the winners… providing we take them to dinner and give them a bed for the night… such a sweet deal… and such a sweet deal for crippled children across the country… As the raffle is sponsored by "The Shriners ...
... the last many years.
I don't know what it is about small towns but we seem to bump into an inordinate amount of real characters. Is it because the ratio of characters to regular folk is higher or is it that they recognize us for what we are- unsuspecting strangers. One such fellow was disguised as the proprietor in a local eatery. Jil went in to purchase a caffe latte. Twenty minutes later we had been informed that the 100 mile wide subduction earthquake fault that we ...