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Our stay in Astoria turned out to be fun and interesting. We
found a cheap ($1.00 per person) trolley ride (a restored 1913 street car) down
by the river that was quite interesting in the history of the river area. The
trolley was an all volunteer operation. When we came to the end of the trolley
line it could not turn around so we got up and grabbed a handle on top of the
seat and slid it over which “turned our seat around” and we faced ...
... us to take a quick detour down a dirt road to ask what was he growing. The idea they have here with the signs makes a lot of sense to me.
Patches of golden flowers started appearing along the road. From a distance they looked like the golden wattle of home. I was thinking that all I needed to see was a few gum trees and the picture could have been just about anywhere in Australia.
We arrived at our RV Park in plenty ...
... there were families waiving torches on the dick as we sailed away. As John was not at all too good after he pulled his muscle in his leg he decided not to go to dinner and I went on my own. This was not great as John and Phil were pretty drunk as a result of all the free wine the Captain had put on to counter the disappointment of not going to Tokyo. This made our dinner conversation a little painful as these two are not good conversationalists when they are ...
... the mountain exploded losing 1300 feet in height and opening up a mile-wide crater. What followed was the biggest landslide in recorded history burying more than 200 square miles of forest. The area around the mountain is now the Mt St Helens National Volcanic Monument, a truly awesome spectacle. While much of the devastation is still evident nearly 35 years later, the forest is regenerating and all sorts of new ...
... has been blowing glass and making glass sculptures since the 1960's and is almost single handedly responsible for the growth and popularity of the decorative glass industry in the Pacific northwest.
His glass sculptures are displayed in several cleverly lit and darkened rooms and are absolutely stunning - they are vast, colourful and full of energy - it's hard to imagine the hours of work and effort that have gone into creating them. Outside are ...