Craftsman Bed and Breakfast
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An uphill start meant after three miles our breakfast stop at Wandas was well deserved. And what a breakfast it was - the quesadillas were the best so far and will be hard to beat. Wish there were more Mexican breakfast options at home. Wind... 20mph headwind on a straight piece of road was tough but with the coastal views on our right, it was well worth the effort. Ange was slightly excited by the site of a train ...
... a blue ring around his neck that comes to her bird bath. Saw him yesterday, but flew away quickly – no photo. A beautiful Bluejay flew into the bushes outside my window, but couldn't grab the camera quick enough.
Did a walk on the beach (3 miles approx.) the other day and got some exciting photos. It was a little foggy along the big rocks at the end of the beach, but lifted by the time we reached them. This is a ...
... the jacks down, slides out and then found out---the satellite could NOT lock onto Direct TV. This problem was worse than the ribs. Moved to two different sites (which is no easy task when you have to 'pull up jacks and bring in slides' and finally found one that worked. Wife Bonna was NOT a happy camper that we had to keep moving, but I NOW have my beloved TV for the 11 days of our stay.
Next problem--my left hearing aid '******* out'. My ...
... place I think it would have to be our first stop being Manzanita and Oswald West. Manzanita is a beautiful little beach town full of pottery shops, yoga studios and Friday evening outdoor markets. Does it get any better than that...
And Oswald West is just a little piece of heaven.
Well I'm gonna take Axel for one more jog along the beach as Ryan surfs these massive waves and we take in every last drop of what we can on the Oregon Coast before we make our way home.
... We drove along the dike road but unfortunately the trails were too wet to walk. As we left we spotted a large forest fire above Tillamook. We’ve been listening to the radio news ever since to get some more information about the fires. We stopped at Cape Meares where there is one of only two American lighthouses that have a light made in France; the other one is in Hawaii. Well the wind sure didn’t let ...