Top photo: Sunset at Kraay's. Our nearest neighbor can be seen on the right.
Top photo: We were welcomed by this flower garden.
Top photo: Our RV parked in an open field not far from the studio with the nearby sound of flowing water and spectacular views in all directions.
Top photo: Echo Ridge Cellars tasting room is a converted grain elevator.
Top photo: An inviting entrance to the Klickitat Canyon & Columbia Gorge Winery tasting room.
Top photo — The scenic view we enjoyed of Mt. Jefferson from our overnight spot at Mecca Grade Malt.
Top Pic: The Last Supper (1984) by Albert Szukalsk, Goldwell Open Air Museum.
"It's always fun to have a winery as your destination. Bar Z Winery was no exception. We had a nice spot for our RV. Later we sampled great wines & had a fun visit with the owner."
Long drive day, at least by our standards — 342 miles. If you want to get out of Texas, you gotta drive and drive...
Left the Guads and landed at another Harvest Hosts. This time Eola School Restaurant & Brewery. Interesting stop.
We're on a roll! Our third Harvest Hosts in as many days. This time we're at La Viña, the oldest winery in New Mexico, located along the Don Juan Oñate trail in La Union.
Well, we made it to St Clair in Deming, NM – another Harvest Hosts, stop. This is our third year to visit and spend the night at this winery — one of our faves.
"We're spending the night at Pillsbury Wine Company at their rustic tasting room & vineyard location just south of Willcox, AZ, thanks to Harvest Host."
Top Photo: The wine at night tanks as viewed from our coach.
We found a Harvest Hosts member that was actually a brewpub, and we tucked our coach in nicely on the large lot behind the pub. Good beers and dinner, just a short walk away.
We're spending the night parked at a Harvest Hosts member — Five & 20 Spirits and Brewery. What an interesting concept: a distillery, brewery, and winery all in one.
Our second visit to St Clair Winery via HarvestHost.com. Friendly folks here, along with good wine!
Besides the good wines we sampled in the tasting room, we enjoyed watching the sheep, geese, chickens wandering around the grounds.
Top Photo: You just can't beat those Arizona sunsets.
"A great Harvest Hosts stop at Sonoita Vineyards. We had a very peaceful night perched up behind the winery with incredible views."