We have already established that the Red Chair is a bit of a hospitality expert, getting to explore our beautiful country and stay in the very best Bed and Breakfasts, Inns and Boutique Hotels on its journey but along the way Red has also become quite a bit of a wine connoisseur. Learning all about the different regions, grapes and getting a chance to sample has been an amazing experience, one that the Red Chair will never forget by just how hardworking and dedicated all of the people who are part of these wonderful creations we call wine. Youngberg Hill, a completely organic winery since 2003, went above and beyond to share with Red how they create such delicious wines. You can really taste the care they put into each and every aspect of the wine making process, yum!! Besides staying at the Youngberg Inn, Red highly recommends their wines, especially their Pinot Noir!
The Red Chair decided to get a bit closer to all of the action during its hikes around the Rouge River Gorge and Crater Lake Park while visiting the Prospect Historic Hotel bed and Breakfast Inn Motel and Dinner House this past February. With the constant watch of Innkeepers Fred and Karen, Red didn't get too wet and went to sleep (in their amazingly comfortable beds we might add) in one piece each night. Red could not help it, Oregon just had such an intriguing beauty that Red just had to get closer or find a higher perch to view from!
We can now add another state to our Red Chair Travels list! The Red Chair has finally hit Oregon after almost a year of traveling up the California coast. Stop number 149 brings us to the WildSpring Guest Habitat of Port Orford, Oregon, and what a special place it was! The Red Chair loved being outside and exploring the area around the resort. This is quite significant for us because the Red Chair is STILL going and with even more momentum than before. It has been our dream for the Red Chair to visit as many places as possible and with each stop our dream realizes just a little bit more. Who knows, maybe we will even go international.. what do you think??
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