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CS and BZ were kind enough to take me on several excursions this trip. This was the last of them....sadly. We started at the section of the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge that was south of the Bay and walked on a small trail with sculptures of various kinds. It was a pleasant little walk. Then we tried to get across to another trail only to find out from some other/outdoorspeople that you ...
Saturday, 24th August
Each day we have to move our RV to another sight, as this is the way their booking system works. (People can book each individual sight online). We booked 3 nights from Sunday night, so at least we can stay put from then.
We all went for a drive to Long Beach, Washington, to see the International Kite Festival that is on this week, so headed north across ...
... guided tour of the factory was followed by a fun shopping experience….didn’t know that Tillamook made such a variety of cheeses. Of course, their ice cream was pretty tasty also, so much for dinner tonight.
This night we stayed in Fort Steven State Park, right at the mouth of the Columbia River. We had visions of watching the Columbia River Bar all evening long, but ...
... American History as they, at President Thomas Jefferson's request, succeeded in discovering a route across the intimidating mountain ranges of the west to the distant Pacific Ocean. (I found it interesting a few years ago when visiting Monticello to discover that President Jefferson was hopeful that they might also discover dinosaurs or mammoths ...
... grub from the menu.
After the beer and on our way back to our second yurt: We. Saw. A Double. Rainbow!!!
And for our last awesome sight of the day, we drove to the Peter Iredale shipwreck which happened to be right by Fort Stephens State Park. The ship wrecked more than 100 years ago and has been there ever since. Luckily, all 27 on board survived. We are pretty sure this was NOT the ship of One-Eyed Willie. Or was ...