Willamette Valley

Gorgeous. Sun, clouds, rain, sun, clouds, rain. Wineries, orchards, organic farms, blooming EVERYTHING. A slow tool north after a very nice visit with our old friends Barb and Jerry. (Here they are. Tulips, grape hyacinth, daffodils, flowering trees--everywhere here.) Some of you will remember Barb as fondly as I do. She was my first "office mom." Looked after me for years, and I'm eternally grateful for that.

Stopped at a beautiful winery, with a great name, today. Forgot to take pictures (which is actually a good sign because it means I'm experiencing the present rather than planning for the blog ;-), but here's a link to Left Coast Cellars.

Hanging out on the river in Tualatin tonight, preparing to visit a "famous" Sprinter store (our RV is built on a Sprinter chassis, which is Dodge; think good thoughts for our warranty as Chrysler starts beating the bankruptcy drum) and then head to the coast for 4 or so days.

1 comment:

  1. If you are going to do the sway bar and haven't done the hitch fix, do the hitch first. It undid our sway bar.

    Linda Sand