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... made with halibut for lunch that is the norm here as opposed to cod. Checked in on Lewis and Clark history again at Fort Clatsop, where the Corps of Discovery spent the winter of 1806 before returning east. The kids moaned a little but ended up enjoying the replica of the fort which was chock full if smelly animal pelts and elk skulls. Then drove to our first Oregon beach at ...
... pictures below we made it to the Astoria Column which is a tower overlooking the mouth of the Columbia River on Coxcomb Hill. Built in 1926, the concrete and steel structure is part of a 30-acre (120,000 m2) city park. The 125-foot (38 m)-tall column has a 164-step spiral staircase ascending to an observation deck at the top and was added to ...
3:09pm Dear son, You are three. I love you with all my heart and would sacrifice the world to keep you safe. However, you are positively awful to go shopping with. You've inherited my insufferable lack of patience and your Mother's unyielding stubbornness. Sorry about that and good luck, Your loving Father. ----------- Today began with the sound of light rainfall on the trailer roof. It appeared as though it was going to be another overcast and cool day. After getting ...
We arrived in Seaside just after noon so we set up the coach and headed out to explore Astoria, Oregon. We drove North for about 30 minutes along Hwy 101. Saw a lot of signs letting us know there was a "sunken grade" ahead. After passing probably five signs we looked it up because we didn't know if we should be concerned. A "sunken grade" is where the road has dropped out and ...
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Down the coast at the mouth of the Columbia is Fort Stevens State Park which is so named because the beach here housed batteries that protected the Columbia. Since we have been at peace with Japan and since weapons have become less dependent on location, ...
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