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Travel Blogs from Astoria
... this HUGE bridge crossing a bay into Washington. I wasn't able to stop for a cool photo of me next to the Washington sign like I did for Oregon, but I think I'll survive. Then I headed to my next campground for my second night in a yurt!! I checked in already, and it's not as nice as last night's yurt, although they look almost identical. This one doesn't have curtains, they're just permanently closed flaps, and it doesn't seem as clean. But it's ok, it's only one night ...
... normal to say hello to people as you pass on the street and get a friendly reaction, but he, largish, mid 20s perhaps, didn't miss a beat nor slow down, but managed to get out a deep and resonant "how're you folks doing today?" Brilliant. "devote themselves to the avoidance of every opinion with which they were not perfectly familiar, and regard their own brains as a sort of sanctuary, to which if an opinion had infer resorted, none other was to attack ...
... including outlet stores, to keep holidaymakers busy when they're not on the huge beach. The Hood to Coast relay finishes in Seaside-1200+ teams of 12, that is a whole host of people to arrive on the beach-as does the Lewis & Clark trail. They explored from 1803-1806, it says here. "Our party from necessary having been obliged to subsist some lenth of time on dogs have now become extreemly fond of their flesh." Reading: Samuel Butler, ...
We left Woodburn and headed to the coast and 1250 miles after leaving San Francisco we arrived in Astoria fishing port on the banks of the Columbia river.The drive up to the Columbia river was pretty good , thanks to sat/nav lady. We wouldn’t have got past Portland without her. We walked on the boardwalk pass where the old canneries- now defunct are. There is a trolley that runs along the river ...
... have made another 200 feet...so no problem right?
Spotted a sign along the road, before we entered Tillamook that indicated an Air Museum. I saw the hanger from a distance and could see it was designed to build "helium ships". There are large mooring towers at both ends of the hanger ...
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