Sakura Ridge Farm has a mini library book exchange with guests. If they finish a book while staying here they have the opportunity to exchange or just take another book on the shelf that a previous guest had left behind. The books from the exchange travel the world. Here’s an even better idea. We might have to put one up by the farm gate.
Check out this link.
Little Free Libraries
Tiny on the Town
Check out Tiny’s Meet and Greet on the Street
Tiny went on his first outing to visit some of our favorite restaurants in the Columbia River Gorge.
Tiny couldn’t go inside so we looked in the windows and doorways. Can you guess where Tiny went first?
Tiny is 3 days old and today decided he was going to fight for it and stand up. He’s going to make it.
Jessie Sue the farm dog is all over Tiny Tim – trying to be his momma. J. Sue constantly is licking, prodding and cuddling Tiny.
Can’t beat a log house for living cozy. These logs were shipped down from British Columbia and constructed on site by the original owners, Doug & Teri Adams.
Your Best Shot Photography will be at din din’s extravaganza tomorrow night at Sakura Ridge.
Everyone gets their picture taken with their sweetie. Phelp’s Creekis pouring wine.
The theme is Italian.
It’s that time of year in the Hood River Valley. Lambing.
Yesterday morning we had our second set of twins by a young ewe who was having trouble taking care of both so now we are bottle feeding the girl. Last night every 2 hours, now it is every 4 hours.
Farmer John knew just how to give the girl her bottle at 6 a.m.
We’ve all been to restaurants with a “bible” of a wine list. My personal philosophy of wine lists is “less is more!”Around here, we love local Columbia Gorge Pinots and Chardonnays.
You can go into any local restaurant and be a wine expert when you say, “I’ll have a glass of Pinot, please!”
If you’re in Hood River this weekend, our neighbors at Phelps Creek Vineyards are releasing their Columbia Gorge Pinot Noir 2009 at the Chinese New Year: Wine Release Party.