Clatskanie River Hideaway
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... ate lunch at his Sister’s house and stuffed as many tamales down as we could, especially me. Hey, you never know where your next tamale is coming from! They offered to send me down the road with a dozen or two but I had to decline since I couldn’t keep them cold on the bike. So Sad! We then drove around sightseeing in tiny Toledo, WA. It isn’t much of a town and it’s pretty old. However, I shouldn't make fun because it was bigger than ...
... this creepy double decker bridge that's like 300 feet in the air that you have to drive over? There is no rushing going on here!
We made it into the Toutle River RV Resort in Castle Rock, WA by late afternoon. It was a pleasant surprise to find that the site we were given had a really nice fire pit. We grilled some hotdogs and made some s'mores to finish out the day. We enjoyed our peaceful evening under the stars and as a bonus the night sky was set ablaze for our pleasure. ...
Hi this is Elena writing, I hope that you liked my blog entry yesterday. I liked writing it so much that I decided to do the same today.
To get to Mt. St. Helens we drove a quick 3.5 hours by car, passing Seattle, Olympia (capital of Washington State) and some Indian reserves, with their casinos.
Mount Saint Helens is certainly one of the most fascinating volcanoes that ...
... Longview in the grand tradition of small towns has found their niche with squirrel bridges. Seriously tree suspension bridges made so the squirrels can cross the street overhead without being run over . The kids were amused by these bridges. We also were able to visit my cousin Jenny's apartment. It is amazing to see how well she is doing on her own. (She has Downs Syndrome) She works at Papa Murphy''s, volunteers at an elementary school and lives with on her ...
... to help preserve the food that they caught, we saw a “Learn to Burn” house on fire on one of the back streets. All the neighbors were sitting in lawn chairs watching the fire department work. The Salt Works was just a small fenced in area amid some very cute sea side houses. It is in the spot where local legend says that it was located.
It took us three hours to drive 50 miles, but we finally pulled into Fort Clatsop at 11:15 and 54 ...
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