There was no sewing yesterday. Instead, we spent the day driving from place to place, running errands, and seeing some pretty rural areas. Although we were never more than about 90 minutes from our home, we still managed to see some parts of Oregon we hadn't visited before. Our own place was socked in with fog when we left home. We were only hoping we'd find less as we headed downhill. It turned out to be a pretty nice day weather-wise, with no fog or rain, and even some periods of sunshine.
We made a stop at the post office to mail some packages. Then, Staples. We needed more printer paper, but we also had two big laser printer cartridges to recycle. I always wonder if the recycling depot is just the first stop on the way to the dumpster behind the store. Whatever the case, they're no longer our problem.
From there, we headed south toward Salem and the former Witness Tree Winery. It changed ownership a couple of years ago, and has been renamed "Elemental Cellars." I'm sad that it no longer honors the actual "witness tree" on its hillside. Here's a picture I took a while back.