Sisters, Bend, Ashland, Crater Lake and back to Seattle

Here are a few photos and notes that I failed to include in my previous post but thought should be included.

Syncline Winery, Lyle, Washington. I had never visited a winery so I’m glad this was my first. What a peaceful, relaxing, gorgeous setting, the wines that we tasted were superb. It was $10 a flight and the fee was waived when we purchased 2 bottles or more. Kim and I settled on the ones we liked and our fees were waived. The rest is history and we enjoyed the wines the rest of our trip. If you are visiting the area, I recommend a visit.
Tumalo Falls, outside of Bend, Oregon
Tumalo Falls, outside of Bend, Oregon
Mountain Bluebird, Sisters, Oregon

The last vacation home we stayed in was the 3-bedroom Meadow House at the Willow-Witt Ranch outside of Ashland, Oregon. What a priceless gem this place is. Secluded and somewhat difficult to find (but so worth it). There was fresh goats milk in the refrigerator for us (yummy). The grands enjoyed going up to the farm to help milk the goats, collect eggs, play with the farm dogs and run free. They made friends and we all got together one night at the Meadow House for dinner after which we played Uno. We laughed a whole lot. The meadow house gets it’s name honestly. It sits facing a meadow at the base of a couple of hills. The deer would feed in the early morning and at dusk. I loved watching them from the wraparound porch. A very memorable vacation.

Small shed at the Willow-Witt Ranch, Ashland, Oregon
Willow-Witt Ranch, Ashland, Oregon
One of the working farm dogs hanging out on the porch at the Meadow House.
The garden at the Meadow House
View of the meadow from the porch at the Meadow House at Willow-Witt Ranch
Deer watching from the Meadow House
Self explanatory – Gamgam with the grands on our way into Crater Lake NP
Crater Lake – one of trails closed for snow.
Beautiful Crater Lake NP
Emigrant Lake Recreation Area, in Ashland, Oregon (we spent the day here so the kids could enjoy the slides and swim in the lake). They also offered Stand Up Paddleboarding and Kayaking. It was a beautiful day.
Enjoying a cup of tea on the front porch of the O’Callaghan’s home in Seattle, Washington. Time to pack up my bags and head back to sweltering Mobile, Alabama. A very memorable vacation with my beautiful daughter’s family.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s