Monthly Archives: September 2014

Arcata, and Cypress Grove Creamery

One of my favorite cheeses, Humboldt Fog, was created by one of my favorite cheese people, Mary Keehn. We managed to make it to the unveiling of the new creamery, and Bob McCall was kind enough to take us to … Continue reading

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Rogue River Valley, great friends and amazing cheese

We stopped in Eugene for shoes, as the sandali romani had finally died. We wanted to camp, but rain threatened, so we found a motel in central Grant’s Pass to spend the night before ambling over to Rogue Creamery to … Continue reading

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OR wine country, the beautiful coast, and a great camping spot

Beautiful country, this. A visit to wine country in the Dundee Hills Then, the Pacific! The last time I saw the Pacific it was from the other side. I have always preferred crab to lobster, and a couple of years … Continue reading

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Portland, OR

So much great food, so many flavors, restaurants, ice cream, food cart pods.

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Western Idaho, and “Find your place”

There’s this website called “find your place”, and it always told me I should live in Couer D’Alene, ID. This was the opportunity to find out why.

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Cousin Rusty in Idaho.

Brent’s 2nd cousin, on Mom’s side, Rusty is a former ranger, who retired, then started a guide business. Now he’s more low key, but busy with his dogs, cats, horses, mules, and one randy llama named Moses. Again, expectation vs. … Continue reading

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Into the west, we’re goin to Jackson

Not Mississippi, but Wyoming, where I lived for 2+ years in another era. Where snapping my ACL gave me an inroads into learning more about myself and my Dad. I was expecting so much to have changed, and I was … Continue reading

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