Old Wheeler Hotel
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... most of the two days we had there. Ecola State Park was one of the top sights and since we were only a couple of miles away we drove there after we finished a circuit of the town.
Ecola State Park came with a small $5 fee but it was worth it. First we went to the view point where we had stunning views over the beach inlets along the coast and a little lighthouse perched on a lonely rock in the ocean. It was nice to just sit and watch the ocean for a short while ...
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 ...
... Lewis and Clark. Bridges, rivers, counties, towns - everything it seems is named after one or both of them, so it makes navigation a little challenging since so many things have Lewis and Clark in the name. We managed however!
On a personal note, Sacagawea had a baby boy while on the expedition, and his name was Jean Baptiste Charbonneau. Any relation????
On the way home, we saw lots of ship traffic on ...
... started our hunt for a hotel. Nothing - nothing - nothing so we started to look north - all the way north to Olympia, Washington. What a bummer. So after we'd seen all we cared to see about Cannon Beach and Seaside, we headed the two hours north for our next hotel.
In hindsight, it was a good thing, we were able to move our travel plans so that we travelled all the way up the Oregonian coast and had the benefit of some incredible scenery.
... were not on good terms there for a bit. Jill is our GPS, by the way). Luckily only two motorists gave us the finger when we got stuck in the fast lane on the freeway. Mighty neighbourly. Mighty neighbourly.
We plan to move to Cape Lookout State Park tomorrow (no vacancy tonite) and stay there for two or three days. Likely no internet there so we will be out of touch for a few days.
Glad to be here.
Roger & ...