The Gilbert Inn
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... a statue of Lewis & Clark as the hole. No Sacagawea & infant son. The activity here was to walk or drive around it. The statue commemorates the end of the Lewis & Clark trail, where they reached the Pacific, turned around, and went home. Likewise, we peered out toward the ocean (couldn't really see it), and left.
Fortunately, our hotel had loaner board games and a common lawn area with picnic tables. Sipping ...
... the average daily mileage had also had an impact, and my body and mind were certainly glad of the kind of rest which it's been hard to achieve on the road
A good friend likened the adrenalin from cycling so far everyday to the 'fight or flight' response where the body is constantly held prepared for a state of extreme activity.
Exercise does give you a great rush of both endorphins and adrenalin, it makes you feel wonderful, The flip side ...
... and I didn't want it wafting over to the other patrons. By this point the curry had really taken hold and, coupled with my self-consciousness of being a circus ringleader who's lost control of his animals, I was glossy with sweat and quietly babbling. I flung an arm out of my sweater and yanked the rest of it over my head. My awareness of vomit and Mel's yet to be finished curry in the near vicinity forced me to overcompensate this motion. A four foot tiki mask ...
... store, etc., and before you know it, your car is squeaky clean and ready for more fun.
We passed through Astoria keeping an eye to the harbor for sea lions, but they were off fishing.
... that's their problem - isn't it? We had our $5 in our hand but as it was only a pay by toll card or by post we didn't have the option of throwing it anyone as we passed!
Downtown and then I5 south. We decided to to cut across country rather than take the direct route and visit the Rainbow Falls State Park in Washington. We had ...