Lanai at the Cove
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Quick breakfast of takeout crepes in downtown Seattle (takeout crepes seems to be a thing along with the salt water pools). Almost 4 hours to Astoria/Seaside Oregon on the northern part of the coast. The Columbia River, which we saw way over in eastern Washington, empties into the Pacific in Astoria and it is 5 miles wide. Which also means they …
... stop Newport there was a couple of fantastic bridges to cross.. walked down the historical part of town with icecreams in hand a great place to stop& stretch legs.
Great viewing spots along the way.
Made a stop at Cannons Beach to see Haystack Rock
As u go from California to Oregan the scenery keeps changing.
Nicks raving about the local beers the revolution from Bud 20 year s ago ...
We said goodbye to the Dunes and headed up to Astoria.
I am really excited to be here. One of the boys favorite movies ever was Goonies and tomorrow we are going to try to find the places they used for the filming!
The park here is big. There is an indoor pool and a jacuzzi, a restaurant, a breakfast house, playgrounds, bb courts, dog park, even an outdoor giant chess ...
The drive was nice the landscape looked alot like Vancouver Island only the buildings and surroundings were very old fashioned. As we got close to Seaside the real beauty of the Oregon coast appeared, I've added some photo's of that.
Tomorrow we will wander around the town in the morning before our drive continues.
... a time of meditation, reading, and prayer. It was during my time of prayer and at exactly 36 hours of fasting that the Lord released me to go eat. Yummy.
I stuck around the hostel cleaning, packing, writing, and creating. After trading contact information and saying goodbyes, I threw my pack on at around 4:30pm (a fairly late start for hitching) and started my hike back to Portland. My ankles and legs were not in good shape and I knew that I would not be able ...