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Yesterday was another moving day with our traveling hotel. Another truck day with my back window giving me some fresh air while mom sits up front with her heated seat on. A few tense moments as dad drove through Portland, and a few discussions regarding turns between mom and dad. I sit trying to zone out and wait patiently to get back to the comforts of my couch in the moving hotel. We stopped at a small town called Lafayette, where mom and dad ...
... a drop of the hard stuff to soften the blow. As we entered the outskirts of Tillamook we came across the 'famous' Tillamook cheese factory and as this cheese had been one of our staples, we decided to pay it a visit. Free entry and free samples made the visit worthwhile, although not sure it deserves such fame. Their five cheeses essentially equate to halloumi, Tesco Cheddar 3 and 5, rubbery Red Leicester/ ...
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Day 2: Spokane Adventures & Mallard Bay Resort (Photos Updated)
Day 3 & 4: Washington & Oregon Bound! (Photos Updated)
We are having so much fun! Sunday night we'll be seeing our first Gary Numan concert of the trip!
We decided to do a marathon day today and drove South from Lincoln City to Florence, Oregon in search of sand dunes. It was supposed to be a 160 mile round trip drive but we were following a map that was incorrect so we ended up going 20 miles out of our way so we had a 200 mile day instead :)Lance has never seen sand dunes so we headed towards the biggest ones on the coast at Oregon Dunes State Park. We made our way down the sand dunes - me at a ...
... We prepared for our journey as a boat pulled into the dock at the "world's smallest harbor" after a day in the "world's biggest ocean." The charter deckhands unloaded half a dozen plastic totes full of salmon and crabs. The fish cleaners got to work gutting and preparing the fish. As soon as the boat pulled in, a trio of harbor seals raced to the water under the cleaners and lifted their heads up out of the water, hoping for a scrap to fall. They looked ...