There is a Native-American legend about the Three Sisters, the three ice covered volcanoes resting together in Oregon’s Cascades. When the world was forming, three sisters, giants, were making their way to meet with the Great Spirit to consider the merits of becoming mountains. Along the way, the sisters tired, sat, and never moved again. The Great Spirit then turned them into mountains where they sat. We call our vineyard in the Willamette Valley, Klaklanee, the Kalapuya name for the Three Sisters, because on clear days, we see these three snow capped travelers from our home.