memorial day trip, part 1 daniel, bella and i hopped in the car this weekend and headed up to oregon. our destination was roseburg but we also always like to stop in ashland on the way up or back down and walk around and have some lunch. the weather was indecisive all weekend but we did get some lovely sunshine in between bursts of rain.

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how to make money in online forex trading daniel was kind enough to let me be co pilot on the way there AND back. what a guy! on our way up we stopped in ashland for brunch. we headed to the breadboard where, sadly, both of our meals were mediocre. i ordered the eggs benedict and daniel ordered a turkey club. they were both meh. then we cruised around downtown for a bit, checked out other restaurants and did a little shopping. a short walk for bella and then we hit the road.

Bonuses next stop- rogue creamery in central point, oregon.

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opcje binarne forum 2015 rogue creamery is definitely worth a visit and its just a few minutes off the 5 so its easy to get to. you can taste as many cheeses as you want from the display cases and they always have lots of cheese and cheese curd samples out. they also have a great selection of rogue ales and local wines. if that doesnt sell you on it, from the same parking lot you can stroll to a wine tasting room AND a chocolate shop.

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the tasting room pours tastes for 2 local vineyards, daisy creek and madrone mountain.

the owners of daisy creek were the ones doing the pouring when we were there and margaret lyon was  friendly and sweet and not at all pushy about purchasing wine. we ended up buying a bottle of the bonne fete rouge and the tasting fee is $5/person but if you buy a bottle of wine the tasting fee is waved. i love that.

we didnt make it into the lillie belle farms chocolate shop this trip but its on the agenda for next time. they are famous for a blue cheese truffle that im salivating to try.

i think bella liked the ride, this was the first long trip we’ve ever taken her on and she looked like this for about 4 hours of the 5 1/2 hour trip.

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  1. Earl wrote:

    Sounds like a good time. I’m surprised the Breadboard was “meh.” Last time Meegan and I ate there it was fantastic! I had the hash and eggs, I think— or was it a lumberjack mountain somethingerother. Delicious.

    Posted 01 Jun 2011 at 1:43 pm
  2. jackie wrote:

    yeah, we were pretty disappointed with the food, but maybe the cook was just having an off day! we hit dragonfly in ashland on the way home and that was delish. its another branch of sin of
    cortez so similar food.

    Posted 02 Jun 2011 at 11:08 am

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