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Travel Blogs from Astoria
Today was brighter, albeit with some rain later on, and the town was on the beach. With the tide out, it is a vast expanse of sand. But then, this is America, where everything's bigger. Including the hangover I had from last night. Soup was served for neighbours and guests, so we were entertained first by David and Lisa, who lived opposite having downsized to just the 3 acres on retirement. He's a Vietnam vet, and fairly loud-which was totally in keeping, ...
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... s true what they say about Americans being proud of their work. The nice driver was Dawn, and she took us down a scenic, tree lined route to Astoria, via a place called Seaside and a couple of adorable coastal towns. It was dark by the time we reached Astoria so I didn't see any of it, and had to walk half a mile or so to my hotel along a not very well lit main street. Bit scarey and unexpected, but luckily my journey back will be in daylight so not bad. Woke ...
... As they were in line to make their purchase, a police officer barged in and stormed around the stoor as if he were looking for something. Finally, he stops and asks everyone there if any of them had just been in a fight. Everyone looks confused, especially the polite and law abiding Canadians, and they all shake their heads and say no. The police officer storms out of the store and they're all left dumbfounded, shortly thereafter life carried on. We ...
... is a party town and we did it proud. Lunch was had at the "Firehouse Grill", which i would rate as my favorite meal to date.
Other than that it was a pretty low action day. I built another fire which if i do say so myself I'm getting rather good at. Other milestones for the day were clocking the 1000 miles completed on our trip so far. Also side note I really wish Les would stop ...