Weather nixed our original plans to photograph a 620 foot waterfall on Saturday, but a small article in the June 22nd Sunday morning paper caught my eye and off my wife and I went to explore Thompson Hill, a prominent if not slightly mysterious local landmark. What we discovered was certainly more than just a little divine.
Jason Goffard and partner Jason Sleater’s 360 Cellars website tells it this way:
360 Cellars Estate Bed and Breakfast was named for its breathtaking panoramic views of the greater Tri-Cities and the Columbia Valley. Built in 1971, atop historical Thompson Hill, the estate has been converted into a bed and breakfast, wine cellar, and event facility, opening up the wrought iron gates, welcoming you and your guests to escape, relax, and enjoy!
What could possibly be any more elevating on a day like this?
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