Scappoose Creek Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Scappoose
... run with that one. Now this last translation disaster requires a little background, but hang in there, it's worth it. The USOC always brings a Doctor along to take care of big wigs and dignitaries that have made the trip. They stay in the fancy pants hotel that the rich folks stay at and they play concierge doc at the hotel and from about noon till midnight, they are on call at the "USA House" which is party central for everyone whose anyone in the US Olympic family. ...
... if there is a playground the kids can run around in. But hang on a sec, have we just passed Lovejoy Street? And there is Flanders, and Kearney! I definitely recognise these names. And yes, apparently the inspiration for Springfield does come from Portland. Belinda lets us know that the school that Springfield Elementary is based on is near to where we are at the moment, so we stop at the local park and Lavinia and I go for a walk to get a photo. It sort ...
On Monday we hit the road for a driving day that took us to Brigham City, Utah, just a bit north of Salt Lake City and Ogden. Then, on Tuesday we had another full driving day that took us to Boise and New Plymouth in Idaho. We enjoyed a lovely evening catching up with Ken, Vicki, and Fabri, Pat and Ken, and Steve and Tracie and their children. What a wonderful way to wrap up a wonderful trip spending some time with family!
Today, October 2, we ...
... plastic bags.
Although most of our time was occupied by driving, we allowed ourselves occasional stop offs, the first of which was for a picnic lunch at Sunset Bay State park on the Oregon coast. It is essentially a beach set against a backdrop of cliffs topped with thick forests. Booootiful stuff.
We embarked on a ramble through the cliff top woods and eventually arrived at a steep edge from which we ...
... long time. His memories had good taste. Yummy stuff. After lunch we went on a walk on the lake, which is so ridiculously beautiful. Ringed by mountains and crystal clear. Incredible. After the walk we got some groceries, and went to the house.
The house was amazing. Cool neighborhood and we got to meet the dog, Izzy. We sorta chilled out for awhile, until later that night when Alex, Olin, and Finley got home. They were really cool. Alex reminded me of Hillary Biggs ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations