The Inn at Lucky Mud
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... Cycling along the shoreline, the view through the mist was once again stunning. This was the first time we'd been next to the real Pacific. Legs were getting weary as we approached Raymond, a major logging town and the promised campsite was nowhere to be found, "I think the nearest one is about an hour by car." So motel it was with the hope of reaching a scenic campsite ...
... which was founded in 1892. I saw an interesting home built above the banks of the Columbia. Clearly one man's dream in progress. Top floor was greenhouse , mid l mid-level living, and a shop and boatyard in basement and outdoors. He had his own crane to launch his boat!
It was a beautiful drive through the moss covered woodland forests. I finally reached the dead end of the road and found a ...
... in 1924 when vehicles were fewer, slower and narrower. As you can see it’s an attractive bridge (as bridges go!) but meeting a large truck coming in the opposite direction just as you are passing one of the metal stanchions can present problems. Luckily the rending sound we heard was just the awning strut breaking and not the side of the van being ripped open. Also lucky that the 6 foot piece of metal that was ...
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[[During the second half of cruising, we skipped the Fiordlands due to bad weather and missed out on Dunedin by stopping in a town called Picton.]]
[Just 6 weeks babe! Let's have a turkey dinner, put up a tree, and kiss at midnight once I'm home.] <3
... have made another 200 feet...so no problem right?
Spotted a sign along the road, before we entered Tillamook that indicated an Air Museum. I saw the hanger from a distance and could see it was designed to build "helium ships". There are large mooring towers at both ends of the hanger ...