Sou'wester Lodge

Address: Beach Access Road (38th Place), Seaview, Washington, 98644, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Beach Access Road (38th Place), Seaview, is near Long Beach, Cape Disappointment State Park, North Head Lighthouse, and Cranberry Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Seaview

      Willapa National Wildlife Refuge

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 05, 2014

      97 photos



      CS and BZ were kind enough to take me on several excursions this trip. This was the last of them....sadly. We started at the section of the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge that was south of the Bay and walked on a small trail with sculptures of various kinds. It was a pleasant little walk. Then we tried to get across to another trail only to find out from some other/outdoorspeople that you ...

      The Truffle Shuffle

      A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on May 07, 2014

      25 photos

      ... length of the west coast. This highway had us stopping every mile to take photos of the beach lined coast with its amazing cragged outcrops and spruce lined hillsides. Australia has the twelve apostles on the Great Ocean road, the state of Oregon had the entire cast of the bible. The road cuts a sway through pine tree forests as it bends away from the coast for short periods, again causing us to stop to photograph ...

      Lewis and Clark National Park

      A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 06, 2013

      10 photos

      ... for the expedition, and York, the black slave of William Clark- very democratic.

      Another interesting story was that the Indians traded dogs to the expedition for the men to eat. Meriwether Lewis had a huge, black Newfoundland dog named Seaman who was his pride and joy and the Indians couldn't understand why they didn't eat him.

      The whole expedition took 2 years and remarkably, they only lost one man. That was at ...

      Big trees, Big beaches, Big dunes, Big glasses IPA

      A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on May 03, 2013

      2 comments, 31 photos

      ... sideshow was a group of migrating grey whales not far from shore. What a sight and we did not have to pay a cent extra. Talking about paying, we came to some sea lion caves. Of course we wanted to see more sea lions but balked at the hefty entrance fee of $15 each. After all we had kayaked among the seals, sea lions and sea otters at their level while they played around us.
      Oregon is the same and yet different from California. Things are greener and more colorful ...

      Day 2 - Port Angeles -> Seaview

      A travel blog entry by nicolawatts on Sep 01, 2012

      13 photos

      ... signs to show when they were first harvested and then the following harvests which seem to be 40-50 year cycles. We went through Forks which had a 'Logging Museum' but is now better known because it is the setting of a novel called 'Twilight' which you may know is all about teenage vampires and an incredibly successful movie. The whole town probably now survives on Twilight tourism - cafes, bookshops, stores all ...