Comfort Suites Columbia River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... donned our trust Burmese raincoats and braved the elements.
Kate M and boys; Puppa says thanks for making him climb Barrenjoey Lighthouse as it was good training for the trail walk I made him do today. About a mile up and down hills to reach Cape Disappointment lighthouse at the northern tip of the entry to the river in the pouring rain and when we got there is was blowing a ...
... I visited Astoria where I climed a huge tower with a spectacular view of the area. That's also where I saw glassblowing and bought myself a wine glass to go with my wine. I then made my way to Seaside where I spent the remaining hours of the day reading on the beach and walking in the water. It was relaxing. More my idea of a vacation than the long drives ever will ...
... to prevent invasion. The wire entwined The Peter Iredale and remained in place until the end of the war).
Cannon Beach was our final destination for the day, and we are looking forward to the enchanting views of Haystack Rock and the Oregon Coast! Reservations had been made for a gourmet dinner at Stephanie Inn, and the food and twilight view of Haystack Rock were ...
... Nemo when the weather was a little better. He doesn't get the concept of shrinky-dink yet. Sometimes your berries get so cold and tight that they hurt (that's for the ladies - guys get it already). We made numerous 'castles' in the sand and drew pictures of the grandparents and an Okta Motka Pokta (?). He wanted all of your names written in the sand and so we did. You're all with him on this holiday. Side Note: The Ninkasi Brewing Company ...
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Soon we made it to Astoria, Oregon, the end of the Columbia. We camped across the river mouth at Ilwaco. Washington, at the local KOA, as I've already mentioned. The ground is wet and lumpy. The myriad Northwest slugs have left their mark ...