America's Best Inn & Suites Lincoln City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... unfortunately it didn't appear to have seen a train for a number of years. Not quite Hollywood but there was a giant white G on the hillside when leaving the little port of Garibaldi. As with most places we pass through, the inhabitants seem very proud of their towns. And for some reason most of them have the pharmacy next door to the liquor store, or combined. Guess if you're paying $250 for a prescription, you ...
... decided to go there for lunch. Two super cool places in one day. Ferg was like a little kid in a candy shop. He bought the shirt, the pint glasses, the stickers, the hoody. Haha, it was great. The food was fantastic, but the beer was likely the best experience of it all. Rogue beer is one of my favourites, the chocolate stout in particular.
We came home, I made a meal for dinner that we dubbed "Heather's Mess" that included bacon, a ...
... have seen... it is classified as a temperate rain forest, averaging 200" of rain a year. There are horsetails, huge ferns, and lots of wildflowers.. but no banana slugs sighted yet.
Thursday morning we are on the way north to WA state... will stop in town on the way out and try posting this.
Til Later,,,, from the road,
Jan, David, and Maggie
... down to the river. It looked like a great place to go for a swim, or perhaps even some fly fishing. We got back to the motel and packed up our luggage on the bike then headed off on our ride for the day. We didn't have a destination in mind for today, we just wanted to make at least 200 miles, to minimise our ride to Portland tomorrow. We made it all the way to Lincoln City (Oregon), stopping a few times for lunch and to ...
... We headed down from Ecola Park into the town of Cannon Beach (named for a cannon that washed up on the beach in 1846). The town is full of character and even the newer homes have been built to look like shingled seaside New England houses. We followed the main road through town, had a moment of panic when we sailed past the sign that said "return to highway" but continued on and discovered the road joined the highway again in several spots. Phew - navigator ...