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We drove down the coast via US 101 to Astoria ....interesting small town with a large logging port as well as fishing boats. There is a huge bridge spanning the Columbia River to Long Beach Wash. And another bridge down the coastline of Oregon. We passed lots of logging trucks and hills that had been clear cut at some point. Went through Seaside which was very tacky and crowded and eventually came to ...
... up on their family.
We decided to ride over to the coast for lunch. Netarts and Oceanside are only 10 miles from Tillamook. Although it was cloudy and a bit foggy, there was no wind, which is a rarity on the coast. Oceanside is a picturesque village with houses built on the cliffs overhanging the beaches. Suzanne checked Yelp and we settled on Roseanna’s Oceanside ...
... see us and we got some great Mexican & Mexican seafood (Seafood Chimichangas - who knew?). The service was confused but earnest. Our appetizers and entrees came at the same time, which made for a crowded table, and the kids' menu food was served on plates that were fired in the bowels of Mt. Vesuvius. We're having a fire just now and I'm going sign-off. I can't see the keyboard! I'm pumped for the main events of our holiday ...
... leading to the sea cave. You see sea lions in their natural home. It is truly amazing. The facility is located on a beautiful piece of coastline. We continued on along the coast stopping at Tillamook for the night. The wind continues to be a challenge and is very tiring.
Oregon is lovely lots and lots of lakes and huge bridges. The roads here in Oregon are excellent and we are making excellent time in our journey to reach Bellingham and the Alaskan Marine Ferry.
... usage of the tools to storytelling, i.e. the key to memorable books. These tools are as follows; voice, characters, plot, setting, and details. Molly shared several samples of books with the class, books that are not yet published.
We purchased books today from the authors at the workshop and we were able to get the books autographed.
This evening, we were invited to David ...