Anderson's Boarding House
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... Zach really enjoyed it, too!
Afterwards, we drove around downtown Seaside searching for a parking spot, finally found one, and then went into the little Seaside Aquarium to check out the Sea Lions and other salt water species.
We also checked out the little "mall" in downtown Seaside - enjoying our day to ourselves!
... might become the cover for my trip book. Many thanks to this unknown creative person!
Back to the hotel to change shoes and clean the sand out between my toes, and we are driving towards Tillamook on U.S. 101. Roberta, Dan and Steve and I met up with Tom and Patti Soens from Portland who were just down the road at ...
... without it.
Today we drove to Cannon Beach about 20 miles north. We ate some lunch at local places, I had pizza and she had fish & chips.Puffins!! We ...
... catch up to me and I had yet to remove my camping sweater (it makes me feel like Hemingway, what can I say?). Henry was up to his usual restaurant antics of climbing off his chair and on to me and proclaiming his macaroni and cheese - a work of art in itself, by the way - to be "too spicy" and thus inedible. Penny, bless her heart, is fighting a cold and, having just had a dug-full of milk, threw up down the front of Mel's sweater. The young couple sitting off to ...
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We drove around the city center, passed the Chinatown fate and carried on, up I-5 toward Washington. We passed Mount St. Helens, but it was shrouded in fog and clouds. As the Columbia turned westward again, we followed it, past port towns filled with longshoremen and container ships bound for ...
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