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We always have fun when our returning guests come back to visit. This time they are a spunky group of ladies who love to laugh and enjoy sampling many types of wines.

 

We started our day at the Red Lion Inn & Suites McMinnville and headed on a journey to visit some Yamhill County wineries.

 

 

Our first visit was in the Dundee Hills at Wine Country Farm Bed & Breakfast and Armonea Wines. While sampling the wines we were able to see the horse riders coming in from a wine tour through the vineyards.

 

Then we headed south to visit Methven Family Vineyards to sample the wine and enjoy a few snacks.There was a little time for some great conversation. 

Time allowed for us to visit Brooks Wines and enjoy another array of wines. Some we were a little surprised by. We also learned about biodynamic farming.

 

To end our day we took a little drive down McMinnville’s Historic Third Street to check out sites and then headed to the hotel.

 

 

It was a lovely day with my returning friends. The next time you are in our neighborhood give us a call and we can enjoy the day with you.

We do have fun in Oregon!

Check out our website: http://www.embraceoregon.com –  Call for reservations (503) 474-0762

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Shelton McMurphey Johnson House

Historic Shelton McMurphey Johnson House

This Queen Anne Style Victorian-era residence was built in 1888 by Dr. T.W. Shelton. He had Oregon builder Walter Pugh build this home on the hillside overlooking the city of Eugene and the train station. Today it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

1888 Living room parlor

This historic home is open to the public to view. The house is furnished for the era of which it was built. It give you a great look at what it was like to visit this home in the late 1800’s.

Shelton McMurphey Johnson House bedroom

This house is now named after the three families who lived there. It is now owned by the city of Eugene, Oregon and is open to the public for viewing, tea parties and more. It is a great place to visit. Don’t forget to enjoy the garden when visiting. 

Join us for a Oregon adventure. We do have fun in Oregon! 

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Every once in a while there are special moments you just can not pass by. This week I had one of those special moments that happened in front of me. Now, there are times where we are too busy to take time to share in someone else’s moments. Then there are times where you just know that you should share with others in their special moments.

A few weeks ago I was contacted by a young man who wanted to share the day with his girlfriend on a wine tour. He told me of his plans. So, after hearing his plans I was sure I wanted to help him with this wine tour. I made sure it was a private tour. With each winery offering something different for them to embrace. They had a tour of a wine cellar along with pictures with barrels of wine. There were great views to enjoy a few snacks as they sampled wine. Even wineries that said they were closed were open just for them.

The last winery of the day was at the beautiful Wine Country Farm Bed & Breakfast and Armonea` Vineyard and Winery. It over looks the valley from the Dundee Hills. After sampling an array of wines this young couple took their glass of wine and strolled through the gardens. At the edge of the garden there is a gazebo where this young couple sat down to shared their wine and some chocolate covered strawberries and chocolate kisses.

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Soon came a special moment. This young man got down his knee and opened a jewelry box with a lovely ring. He took the ring and her hand and asked his girlfriend to marry him. She was surprised and with tears, smiles and kisses… She said…. Yes! This is a one in a life time moment that they will never forget.

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Everyone one who shared in their day felt blessed to be a small part of their special moment. I know I do. So, as you go through your life do not pass by a special moment in yours or someone else’s life.

Let us know if you would like to take an Oregon adventure with us. We do have fun in Oregon!

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We have many wonderful tours coming up in 2015. There is still room for you to join us. Mark you calendar for May 18th. Give us a call and register to join us.

 If you like history and sightseeing you will have fun with us. We would love to see you join us.

Oregon’s Beginning To Now Tour

   5 Days & 4 Nights – cannonbeach

May 18 – 22, 2015

Starting price $1597.78 ppdo

Registration deadline March 30, 2015

Includes: Lodging, meals, guided transportation, gratuities and entrance fees.

 

Come and join a guided journey to experience Oregon’s beginnings. We will be visiting historical sites, learn about Lewis and Clark and the early days of Oregon.images[4]

You will travel scenic highways to visit coastal villages like Astoria and Newport as well as some of Oregon’s historic landmarks.

A fun time will be had by all with a dinner and some heritage background at Spirit Mountain Casino along with a scenic trip through the Willamette Valley.

Our journey will take us to see the Oregon state capital and the to the

“End of the Oregon Trail”.

We’ll explore the Columbia River Gorge and explore this beautiful region

We do have fun in Oregon!  cgorge

You can be our friend on: Facebook, Twitter, TripAvisor , Yelp & our Blog!

Call us for Gift Certificate for our Oregon tours in 2015

(503) 474-0762

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Travel code: EOR-051815

Travel Agents Please call…

NWR Travel at: (971) 409-3182

 

 

 

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Do you want something fun to do on Valentine’s Day.

Murder Mystery

We provide transportation from McMinnville to this very fun evening event.

We do have fun in Oregon!

You can be our friend on: Facebook, Twitter, TripAvisor , Yelp & our Blog!

Call us for Gift Certificate for our Oregon tours in 2015

(503) 474-0762

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We here at Embrace Oregon love our state. We have seven wonderful diverse regions with much to see. We take guests from all over the world on sightseeing tours. Some of the tours are day trips and others are overnight stays.

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Many of our tours offer a little history and background on Oregon getting to where it is today. Others offer trips to unique places in Oregon. Taking a sightseeing journey to some of Oregon’s gorgeous landmarks offer you, your friends and family members many memory making moments.

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 We offer day trip tours to areas around the Willamette Valley. Embrace Oregon has a wonderful Salem tour which lets you see and learn more about the area and Salem’s history. You get to visit some historic places, gardens and have a wonderful relaxing day.

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We take reservations over the phone and customize tours to your needs. We are looking forward to giving you a great tour.

Give us a call: (503) 474-0762

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We are having fun in Oregon!

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As we give tours to our customers from Oregon and those who are from outside our beautiful state. We try to help you discover Oregon and its many wonders. We love showing off the unusual things and fun places that are in Oregon. One of those things are in the city of Forest Grove, Oregon.

Forest Grove is a small city located in the Willamette Valley at the foot hills of the Coastal Mountain Range. It is a college town and has many historic homes along with a great historic background and a active artist community.

Did you know that Forest Grove has the world’s tallest Barbershop Pole? It does! So, if you find yourself in this quaint city make sure you take the time to find this one of a kind barbershop pole.

Forest Grove Barber Pole

 

If you would like some help seeing Oregon, give us a call: (503) 474-0762

We invite you to take a look at our website: http://www.embraceoregon.com

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