Earl and Linda on the Road Again 2010 travel blog

This was the best winery we visited and the first

Gardens leading up to the entrance to Columbia Crest

Columbia Crest has never been high on my list, but after going...

Let the fun begin

Steel or Oak, OAK will always be my favorite

This is only a small section of their awards

Who is Walter Clore?????

I cannot describe the area any better, This is the Yakama Wine...

This a wine I like and buy often, cannot say much about...

This was a highly rated cheese tour, NOT and cheese not any...

Alot of milk stored for the cheese

Did enjoy the little cow and the ice cream

This was the tour, cheese being made not what we expected, oh...

Learning about cheese making

More info that would not fit in my first picture

AND more information, interesting, just thought we would see more action

We did find that they do not need alot of employees

Interesting Trivia

8.5 LBS of milk to make a pound of cheese, that is...

YES, I knew it was good for us

This was the only employee we saw

HOPS, Washington provides more hops any other area, we had never seen...

Today was our wine and cheese tour. The cheese tour was not what we expected since we did not see anyone doing anything but oh well, I guess that is just the way it is done.

The wineries we toured were Columbia Crest, Krestal, and Houge. All the wine tasting was enjoyed by Louie, Nancy and me. Earl being our COORS drinker was the designated driver. BUT he did leave with a bottle of wine that he liked. Who would ever guess, but I think him actually drinking it will be another thing. BUT who knows, maybe.

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