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... rather as a desperate cry for an explanation. First up: beach weather. Early August temps showed highs in the 60's by mid-afternoon, cooler at the beach with the steady wind. The city was shrouded in a thick fog/mist that never dissipated, permanently blocking the sun. I'm told we had normal summer weather. Yet, this is known as a beach destination (since the 1920's); we saw an endless march from the many city center hotels - tourists ...
So sometime back in February, I got a call from the woman who gives us our contracts. She asked if I could extend the dates I had given her for my spring break availability, and if I could do her a favor....
The favor was transshipping three different times to three different ships over 5 weeks.
I said yes as long as it was guaranteed that I would be home for Easter. I return the night before Easter while also giving her an additional ...
... cheap kids' clothes and a few items for our selves. We're getting a little concerned about shopping with Henry in Portland (see opening comments). We want to go out with a splash and spend some coin on ourselves but he tends to be a little so-and-so every time you pause to look at something. His high-pitched grizzle is like a scouring pad on the interior of my skull. In order to ensure he burned off some energy and had a good nap we took him to the Little Bouncy ...
Day 6 I biked to Bruceport Park it was a typical day drizzling rain on and off. I have altered my route so I am on the coast. It is much nicer views . I see the oyster boats coming in and unloading and I am running into more logging trucks on the road. It is still rolling hills so I do my share of climbing every day. My legs are fine but my butt is sore as I did not have much road time before I started. The ride ...
... became too trecherous for a manned ship to stay on the river at which time they replaced it with the large automated bouy you see to it's left. Many of the Canneries have been closed but there are still remnants of them in the waters which made for a few good photo opps.During his museum tour, Lance learned that pilots of commercial vessels entering the mouth of the Columbia ...
Other places to stay in Seaside
900 South Holladay, Seaside | 2 star b&bfrom $85
430 S. Holladay Drive, Seaside | B&Bfrom $55
125 - 10th Ave., Seaside | B&Bfrom $89
208 N. Holladay Drive, Seaside | B&Bfrom $79
341 Beach Drive, Seaside | 3 star b&bfrom $139