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SILVIES VALLEY, OREGON … YOU CAN GO GOLFING WITH A GOAT AT THIS EASTERN OREGON RANCH …

This unique ranch is made up of over 140,000 acres of deeded and leased National Forest and BLM lands in and surrounding Silvies Valley Oregon. Of the over 60 square miles of deeded property, there are 6,000 acres of mountain meadows, 14,000 acres of Ponderosa Pine forest, 20 miles of the Silvies River, over 20 named creeks and drainages, kids, cowboys, Quarter Horses and our own special breed of Heritage beef, as well as native Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, sage hen, grouse, quail, black bear, cougar, coyotes, bobcats, badgers, porcupines, beaver, martins, river otters, hawks, eagles, cranes, swans, geese, ducks, numerous songbirds, Red Band Trout, crawfish and frogs, among other residents.

2018 – 35TH ANNUAL – SKAGIT VALLEY TULIP FESTIVAL –

Come with the Roads2 Travel Company to experience the 35th Annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in LaConner, Washington. Experience the breathtaking colors and beauty of the tulip fields, migrating geese and display gardens at both RoozenGaarde Bulb Company and Tulip Town. In addition to the tulips, we take you the Seeds Bistro for a ‘hosted’ lunch, a tour of the Skagit Valley Historical Museum & the opportunity to explore (with discount shopping coupons) a favorite Pacific Northwest getaway, the quaint town of LaConner.

Arrive by car LaConner with free-reserved parking … Arrive by Amtrak Cascades from the Seattle & Vancouver, BC areas for pickup at the Mount Vernon train station. Arrive by boat for pickup at the LaConner Marina. A final stop for train adventurers is the Swinomish Casino before Amtrak returns.

When visiting the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, Make It Unique, Make It a Memory with the Roads2 Travel Company.

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GRANDMA’S COFFEE HOUSE – MAUI, HAWAII …

On your way to the only Winery on Maui Island, Hawaii … just before starting a 4 mile winding road to the Maui Wine tasting room … you pass by Keokea … on the left, you will see a ‘hospital sign’ … on the right, you will see a small green building … and you will probably say to yourself  ‘that coffee shop looks like a dump’ … but this is Grandma’s Coffee House … a favorite with locals … freshly baked breakfast goods and a delicious variety of lunch favorites made to order … but the real specialty here is the great selection of Expresso and Coffee delights, each made from their own Hawaiian  grown gourmet beans, roasted in the century old coffee roaster right at Grandma’s …