Inn At Cape Kiwanda
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- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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... We used to collect agates along the beach which had lots of small rocks wash up onto the sand, but now it is all sand. Someday, the rocks may reappear along the sandy beach for agate hunting, you never know. Requires heavy winter storms to bring in rocks. The beautiful beach photo was taken as we came up the trail at the end of our walking, fog lifted and beautiful waves and blue sky. The beach flower was also taken on the ...
... at present. We pass through Astoria, flaunting several brewpubs, restaurants serving clam chowder (Mayor Quimby immediately springs to mind whenever I hear that word) cafes and neat-looking shops. Unfortunately, we don't have time to stop.
Beyond Astoria, two lanes merge into one as a single file line of cars follow a thin strip of land leading to the coast. The great expanse of the Pacific hooks you instantly. We pass through several more quaint little ...
... having to set this all up again and camp in the rain!
So we are crossing our fingers for an open yurt at a State Park somewhere around Pacific City! I don't think I have ever seen my car this dirty or so much wet and dirty gear oh and throw in a wet and smelly dog into the mix as well! We definitely look and feel like we have been living out of our car and on the road for over ...
... Latimer Quilt and Textile Center, apparently a mecca to quilters throughout the Northwest. This was a museum with several examples of historic and present day needlework and tools, everything imaginable from quilts to doll clothes to embroidery to woven articles. We then went to the Tillamook Air Museum, this was one of the homes of the US air ships. What an interesting place. It is so large it's hard to picture, it is ...
We saw one beautiful scene after another - and yet, I noticed a "scenic route" on the map called Three Capes Loop. It is a 37 mile route that you pick up out of Tillamook, Oregon. It took us to the Cape Meares Lighthouse, and we decided we wanted to see that. We also thought there might be a fun little place to stop for lunch in one of the ...