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Travel Blogs from Seaside
... Reg had halibut. ( mega portion)
We were in our motel room about 10:30pm when there was a knock at the door. It was a woman saying she couldn't get her TV working. Reg went and fixed it for her. Coming back to our room he got mixed up and put the key into the door next but one to us and it opened. Where three hairy bikers were staying. (Reg- not really, one was a woman.And me in my shorty pj's)
... a great sunny day and we decided to back track on the Highway 101 N and went first to Astoria where we went to the Columbia River Marine Museum (amazing) and then crossed over a 4 mile bridge back to WA state and up the coastline to the Lewis and Clark Museum and Ft. Clatsop (the winter encampment from 1805-1806) the furthest Western most point ...
Woke up to a drizzly morning, the first bad weather we have had but by the time we got to our first destination an hour down the road the sky was blue again. In the Sand Dunes National park area we had a fast paced adventure in a sand hopper. With googles on (and the kids in helmets) we were driven up,down and all over the sand dunes. We were in a 7 seater so it was just us and the driver. Real adrenaline pumping fun. Further down the road we stopped ...
... Muffin. I took a picture of my dessert but Mel had all but obliterated hers by the time I picked the camera up again. Oh they were good. If it weren't in the wrong direction we'd be picking up Marionberry Scones nice and early before heading to Yachats tomorrow. As we drove back to the campsite the sun came out for the first time since we arrived here. Long may it shine. Tonight we're using the indoor pool as our children's bathtub. I hope they added ...
After another night at chateau Neil, we woke up and eagerly hit the road after a multiple day hiatus. After two miles of riding uphill we cruised down through Cannon Beach. Up again we went and passed through our first tunnel. It was satisfying to push the big button that activated lights on a sign letting drivers know there was a cyclist ahead of them. Up up up we climbed over Neahkahnie mountain and enjoyed some of the views that makes the Oregon coast famous.
We put an extra ...
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