Scappoose Creek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as we made our way. In short, the route we covered through the morning and early afternoon was 'brutal’… very, very rocky, volcanic rocky. We rode over exposed volcanic rock and loose volcanic rock. We took a beating and so did our bikes and by the end of it were glad to move on.
In the afternoon, we decided to forego the last section of the ‘discovery’ route in favor of pavement in order to make it ...
... took a drive up to Cannon Beach and found a nice restaurant right on the beach. We had a dish called Slumgullion which is clam chowder topped with Oregon bay shrimp. It was delicious and went nicely with a glass of Oregon wine. Our final day here was the 4th of July. Linda's brother, Rod invited us over for a barbecue. Very nice and we all ate too much as usual. The fireworks over the Columbia River were massive. They were on both sides of the river, Portland and Vancouver ...
... our very eyes. I'm not sure what the exact formula for concrete is, but the shelf life on this batch is not very long. At the rate they are disintegrating , the paralympians will need 4 wheel drive by the end of the games. I've been looking around and trying to figure out how the paralympians will get from A to B, and almost as fast as the sidewalks are washing away, elevators and ramps are appearing out of no where. I have to give it to the Russians. They have ...
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 ...
... Just a mournful look backwards as the train rolled away, the driver waving to him. Mel's gone to Target to load up on provisions for the long drive to Coeur d'Alene tomorrow, and the even longer drive home to Calgary the next. I'm sad to say that this is my third to last post. I've enjoyed writing every day. It's a habit I'm keen to continue. Should anything happen between now and bedtime, I'll be back. -------- Elmer's. Thank goodness we're moving on tomorrow. ...