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Carla woke up after her first night in a Motel well rested and thankfully bed bug free. I was immediately instructed to head down to reception to collect the complimentary breakfast. This consisted of an apple of questionable quality, a slice of pie ( god bless America ) and a cup of coffee that could easily be substituted for some kind of jet fuel without even being noticed.......hey you get what pay for. After choking down this feast we headed out to Pier 39 ...
... 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 ...
... wild flowers along the road. Odd rocks stick up out of the ocean and you can't help but wonder, why there?
A friend told us to stop at Cannon Beach-two nights have become three as it is a great spot. The 80 degree temps help and I will be sorry to leave in the morning. We will have a lot of places to return to when we finish this trip!
I am still not sure about listening to Andy's iTunes in order. Tomorrow, I think I will insist on an audio book!
... stopped yesterday at Dunes City, just south of Florence, on the Woahink Lake. Today we are camped just south of Tillamook, as we will be heading over the mountains again in the morning.
This afternoon we drove to Garibaldi to see the Oregon Coast Scenic Railway. Unfortunately the running season hasn't started yet but Cliff was able to see some of the stock. Then we stopped off at Tillamook Cheese Factory to sample some cheese and ice cream.
... 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 ...