Fishermans Widow Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... decided to have a drink as well and got poured the biggest measures yet there was barely any room for the coke.
We got chatting to some locals who were very entertaining, I lost track of how ...
The day started off well. We saw a pretty deer just outside of our campground in Astoria. Then we headed across the enormous and extremely tall bridge to Washington State out of Astoria. I HATE heights...especially in the form of bridges! The tide was out again and you could actually see the soil underneath like it was sun bathing.
We went out on a point in Washington that Lewis and Clark were on when they found the Pacific Ocean. We were looking for the museum, but ended up on ...
... about getting to my next spot at a decent hour (thank goodness I wasn’t trying to get to someone’s house on that godforsaken night when I arrived at midnight…). The yurts were really fun and it’s been nice to be totally on my own. I'm an introvert at it's finest! That being said, I think it will be nice to be staying with friends again in Seattle for the next two nights before I head home, or else I could just keeping going on like this forever! ...
We are amazed at the size of everything in the forest. Not only are the trees huge, but firns, other plants, and even slugs are huge. We finished the day by driving down to the beach and walking a mile to a place called Hole-in-the-Wall. Camped right on the beach. ...
... car. After driveing for a while we found an interesting place with a big wooden burger outside called "Fat Smitty's" and since we were hungry we decided to check the interesting looking diner out. :) Inside the diner the whole walls and ceiling was filled with one-dollar bills with names, signatures etc on. I asked the waitress about it and apparently it started sometime long ago when a buisnessman wanted to leave a buisnesscard but instead wrote his name on a ...