Comfort Inn and Suites Boardwalk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... a statue of Lewis & Clark as the hole. No Sacagawea & infant son. The activity here was to walk or drive around it. The statue commemorates the end of the Lewis & Clark trail, where they reached the Pacific, turned around, and went home. Likewise, we peered out toward the ocean (couldn't really see it), and left.
Fortunately, our hotel had loaner board games and a common lawn area with picnic tables. Sipping ...
... Muffin. I took a picture of my dessert but Mel had all but obliterated hers by the time I picked the camera up again. Oh they were good. If it weren't in the wrong direction we'd be picking up Marionberry Scones nice and early before heading to Yachats tomorrow. As we drove back to the campsite the sun came out for the first time since we arrived here. Long may it shine. Tonight we're using the indoor pool as our children's bathtub. I hope they added ...
... to get this but Henry's pleas were just too much. He had to go NOW. I must say that the feel of being on that beach with my boy and watching the waves roll in, Haystack Rock towering in the background, was pretty cool. I'm me and then I'm a Dad and then I'm my Dad and he's me, and at that moment I was aware of being all four. I can't explain it but it really dawns on me sometimes. Henry, of course, wanted to swim, and so I had to explain that ...
... as a national wildlife refuge. The rock is nesting ground for various sea birds. Jessica was keen to see puffins, which nest here, and so we trudged about a mile down the beach right up to the rock. Since the tide was out, it was easy to walk right up to the side of the rock. Here, along the sand and on the ricks, were dozens of bright, huge starfish waiting for the tide. The rocks are covered up to the tide line with gasping barnacles. At ...
After another night at chateau Neil, we woke up and eagerly hit the road after a multiple day hiatus. After two miles of riding uphill we cruised down through Cannon Beach. Up again we went and passed through our first tunnel. It was satisfying to push the big button that activated lights on a sign letting drivers know there was a cyclist ahead of them. Up up up we climbed over Neahkahnie mountain and enjoyed some of the views that makes the Oregon coast famous.
We put an extra ...