Ecola Creek Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We drove all the way to Ballard to Rays Boathouse only to find it closed for a staff function....grr! So we went all the way back to the University village again and ate at Joey's which is part of the Fuller restaurant family.. I had Tuna Tataki and Wouter had a burger. Both very good. Then off to Redmond to the Springhill which was quite nice...its in the middle of a office complex and caters to the traveling tech people. Room was clean and comfy and it had the usual ...
... feet. Just as my mom expressed disappointment at not seeing a starfish, we found one all alone in a distant pool. She was excited, then disappointed that it was purple and not like the ones she was expecting. Later we found that orange-brownish one too. While photographing the purple starfish, I decided to add my sunglasses for scale ...
... at Ecola State Park. The park wraps around Tillamook Head between Seaside and Cannon Beach and has hiking trails and sweeping ocean views. "Ecola" came from a Chinook Indian word for whale, "ekoli". (Cannon Beach was named for the cannon that washed ashore from the USS Shark, a schooner that shipwrecked in 1846). The mist gave a lovely aura to ...
... Duffy's Restaurant. This place had the best freezer jam I had ever tasted in my life and, as it turned out, they sold it in pints. Of course, I bought one, and now we're having exceptional jam throughout the rest of our trip. As we were leaving, the owner (I think), picked up on my Nirvana fan traits and started talking to me about all the books he has for sale. Kurt Cobain's Uncle was a regular at this restaurant too, but unfortunately he recently ...
... that and Hug Point State Recreation Site was the one I chose during low tide. It was a 40 mile drive to the beach and Harlan wasn’t very enthused about looking at little sea things…..Judy and I reminded him that we’ve gone to numerous car shows, airplane exhibits, gun shows which aren’t our favorite events, so it was his turn. Pete was with us looking forward to some exploration.
There was quite a ...