Old Wheeler Hotel
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... and we will leave Seaside for 3 weeks in Pacific City. Will do some boating there and Don has been warned to remember the canoe paddles, Ha, Ha!. We love the beach in Pacific City as well as some a little further north toward Tillamook. Will try more biking in Tillamook area too.
Attached some of the photos I have done the past couple of weeks, hope you enjoy them.
Love and hugs to all, Charlie and Marilyn
Night 16: Clams, Finally! From Centralia, WA, to Wheeler, OR Today we drove 150 miles or so. Miles go slow in Oregon. Weather was hot and sunny with highs around 85. Near Ecola SP, around 5pm, the usual Oregon clouds rolled in low and temps went down into the 60's. It's nighttime now and we are in the 50's with mostly cloudy skies. High tide has just passed. We made it to our ultimate destination if the Oregon Coast. Tonight we are ...
... go to Japan. The forest products industry is Oregon's second largest industry and forestland is about 46% of the state's total landmass. Big business out here!
The Lewis & Clark expedition was from 1804 - 1806 and President Thomas Jefferson charged them with exploring the Louisiana Purchase and finding a way to the Pacific Ocean. Jefferson's protégée, Meriwether Lewis, was chosen to lead the expedition. ...
... points. Also, I figured id skip the strenuous uphill mtn climbs if I could since that is what killed my Jeep 2 days before. Although just because i skipped mt. rainier didnt mean I didnt have some serious mtns to go thru.
The 3 hours or so it took me to get near the coast or at least a major hwy stressed me out. With each uphill climb winding through this river valley of southern washington I had my eyes peeled on my heat gauge on my dash. ...
... a shop that served up almost everything imaginable deep fried from Oreo cookies to pop tarts!
Tim and I also became hooked on an arcade game called Black Out - the room is full of machines with roughly 20 holes. You sit down and are given two balls - when you get your ball in a hole, it lights up. It is a face paced race to see who can get their ball into all the holes first. The game is overseen by a host, who calls out who is in the lead and who eventually ...