Comfort Inn and Suites
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Travel Blogs from Ocean Shores
... of coffee. As we followed the signs, we somehow got turned around and ended up in front of a Starbucks. What Luck! Revitalized with coffee and a cinnamon role, we were ready to head for Hurricane Ridge. It's 17 miles from the Visitors Center in Port Angeles to the Visitors Center at the top of Hurricane Ridge, and the elevation changes from basically sea level to 5200 ft in that short distance. It's a fun road to ride, because ...
... rich in stands of Douglas fir, hemlock, pine, spruce, and cedar. We're staying in a KOA campground right along Willapa Bay, a huge bay coming in from the Pacific Ocean. There are many trees and woods around the campground and deer meander through from time to time -- even saw a teeny, tiny Bambi, but couldn't get a picture of him, only of his older brother or ...
... was hilly and lent itself well to grape fields. Lots of wineries around which was a little surprising to me.
We headed East and got on I-5 headed toward Portland. It was Saturday and most of the traffic was headed where we had come from, mainly the ocean beaches. We motored through Portland and crossed the Columbia River which forms the border between the two states. We ...
... both so excited to have separate space to nest,we ran around then came into the kitchen and high-fived, Then we immediately showed off our rooms to each other like we were little kids.
Seabrook was a really unusual place. It was a little town all in itself. They have a market, pub, couple shops, coffee house, town hall, recreation department complete with a horse stables and indoor pool. Each home is independently owned but operated by the management and held ...
... and that we should get in on the action. Not having boards, we quickly dismissed this notion, however. On our way into the harbor, low and behold, we passed a surf shop. Not only did they rent boards and gear, they also did it at a price Kevin and I can afford. We found out they would open at 10 the next morning and decided to try our hand at surfing the following day after checking out the beaches and marina. The beachfront was more than we could have asked ...