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We left Astoria Friday at noon to attempt to be at the bar at during the flood tide to have favorable bar conditions. The ebb current going out when we left caused us to get to the bar to early, but it appeared manageable and we crossed under head sail alone. After passing green bouy 7, thing got a ...
... magnificent view of the Columbia River Mouth and Pacific Ocean and surroundings. The murals carved into it tell three stories; the discovery of the Columbia River Mouth by Capt. Robert Gray, the end of the Lewis & Clark expedition, and the arrival of the ship Tonquin. It was pretty impressive. There's a lot to see and do in Oregon and we didn't even hit Portland or Eugene. Cities aren't on our tour (except our stop in New Orleans) and we are seeing some beautiful ...
After our Vancouver island adventure we headed back to Vancouver itself to prepare for our train journey to Seattle and the good old US of A. This unfortunately involved a 4am wake up call for our taxi journey to the Central Pacific Train Station and Carla is NOT a morning person. Despite this we managed to get through US border control without an international incident and boarded our train on time for our 5 hour journey. We pulled in to Seattle at about 11am. And just to ...
... We had instructions from Duane to meet under the bridge in Astoria at the Holiday Inn near the railroad tracks. It sounded somewhat like a spy assignment from a Grisham novel. But two hours later there it was, a Holiday Inn under a very spacious bridge. This was the ultimate photo op on a “moody achromatic mystical morning". About the only color possibly in my pictures was the green moss growing on the pilings near ...
... we see signs of a sizeable town, and it looks like it has been built right into the hill. There’s also a massive bridge across the Columbia River – and on the other side is Washington State. The highway from the south takes us under the bridge and we resolve to ensure we go over the bridge before we leave.
We look around for some of the sights – the museum, and just across from it is a building I know ...