Scappoose Creek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a very good breakfast at the Mayor's Mansion B&B- we had raisin French Toast with sausages from the Laurelhust Market and fruit salad and coffee, we said goodbye to Dick and drove to Woodburn Outlets. Sadly the rain was very heavy and the outlets less than impressive. We found shoes for both of us and and a jacket for W at Eddie Bauer. Later w drove back into town and stopped along the way at Costco ...
... easier. But after dinner, when we parted ways for the second time, everything suddenly became very real. This doesn't happen often, but I have no qualms admitting it: afterwards, when I entered the hotel room and shut the door, I broke down. It was an intense combination of having just traveled the length of the country in the last two weeks and seeing incredible things, realizing how much I missed everyone, and saying goodbye to my dad one last time. Of course, ...
... 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 ...
... my warmth, and much more.
Leaving is one of the hardest things I've ever had to do. Leaving is what I must do. How can those two exist together?
My friends sent me off in style with drinks (many, many drinks), cards, photos, books, advice, hugs, kisses, a fair amount of tears, and gas money. Needless to say, I have GREAT friends.
My final brunch in the city of roses was with three of my favorite ...
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 ...