Econo Lodge Kelso
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Haystack Rock stands out along the shoreline and at present is quite a bird rookery. Gull, cormorants, and what I think are murres are nesting on the rock.
Leaving the Cannon Beach area we continued north along the Pacific Coast Highway, 101. We stopped to see Seaside Beach, but it was crowded with what appeared to be young soccer players and their families.
This area of Oregon ...
... of the event. (Just wait children, it will happen to you too) I remember when the volcano erupted but details were very vague to me. The earthquakes started on March 24, 1980 and the big eruption was May 18, 1980. I think I was too busy with a new baby to watch the news. The effects of the eruption were horrific. It wiped out the whole area of Silverlake and totally changed the landscape. The lake rose by over ...
... either stay in the house or out in the RV where it is cooler if I like. Since I like to sleep in cooler areas, I moved my stuff into the RV and parked my bike for the day. We figure we will run around in his car for the day. I have an app on my phone called RoadTrippers. Across from Jesse’s place is a barn with advertisement for tonic from ages gone by and I think I have seen this as a roadside attraction before so I checked my app and sure enough ...
... much more difficult time with it because they jump from guitarist to guitarist, and vice versa. They have to get those crazy artistic shots that I am not yet familiar with getting. Unfortunately, I do have to listen to the director of videography gripe at the camera operators over our headsets. It was challenging but didn't take away from the experience.
Anyways, it is late and I need to get some sleep before starting again tomorrow.
... lended me a torch so we had one each; around half way along we reached a skylight where the roof had caved in which was very cool. After about 3 hours of walking, scrambling and climbing we emerged. We then planned to go to Mount St Helens but because of our late wake up we were a little pushed for time, I also had some card issues as the Bank was under maintenance for the day. However we got the Viewpoint over Mt St Helens around 7pm. Although a ...