Cape Kiwanda RV Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCape Kiwanda RV Park Pacific City
Hier gibt es alles: Full hook up, Laundromat, einen guten Laden, nette Restaurants, einen tollen Strand, eine riesige Sanddüne, Tidepools, Brandung, Surfmöglichkeiten etc. Der perfekte Platz für einen längeren Aufenthalt!
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We have arrived this last week, Tuesday, in Pacific City – right at the beach. Has been overcast and sunny off and on – sun comes out late morning or afternoon. We had one night of rain. Fog Bank hangs out over the ocean.
We have a nice spot in the park, with lots of bushes around – hoping to get photos of birds, but still a lot of people and activity around, so they stay away. The lady across the road has ...
... the short drive to Cape Meares State Park where thee are a large group of German tourists riding Harley Davidson Motorcycles,the park itself is once again beautiful with a fantastic huge sandy beach we then drive on to a small community called Oceanside which is so picturesque with awesome views over rocks and vast swathes of never ending stretches of fine golden sandy beach the beach seems to go on for ever Jackie and me are saying this area of the United States is ...
... beach. A sizeable crowd has gathered to take in the event. We're just in time, too—five minutes later, the show would have been over! The mega fireball is floating just over the horizon and we watch as it disappears to shine some light on folks in another hemisphere. Two minutes later, the beach is practically empty.
Part of the reason for the quick escape is because it's very chilly. Hoodies are necessary, and we build a fire to keep us warm. The ...
... where we can wake up and sit on our patio enjoying our morning coffee forgetting what day it is and overlooking the ocean. Whenever we travel, when we fall in love with a place, one of us will say 'retire here?' to the other and we will decide if it is retirement material! Well I think pretty much every place we have visited throughout this trip we have decided that every spot has been retirement worthy!
So needless to say we have fallen in love with Oregon!
If I had to ...
... at the top of Coxcomb Hill, 600 ft. high overlooking the town of Astoria. The column, depicting 22 different events in the history of the Astoria region, was painted by an Italian immigrant artist who used a bas-relief technique called sgraffito, which combines paint and plaster to decorate the column. The column has 164 steps to the top which we didn't climb because the winds were so strong. The column is one of 12 that were erected ...