Liberty Inn Lincoln City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... a secluded spot in a field on the edge of some trees. Feeling relieved that we had a place to sleep, we headed back toward the Lincoln City area to check out the beach. We found a great spot on the Siletz Bay where the mouth of the river jutted out and met the pacific. The bay side of the beach was protected from the wind and with the bright sunshine, we were able to actually lay out and soak up some rays. We watched people crabbing on the shore and planned our ...
... I recalled my days in Maine and the constant fog and mist and overcast skies. Oregon looked like Maine. The sun had disappeared as I predicted. No rain, just the heavy moist air that I associate with northern coastal areas. We passed through a series of small towns and rolling country side. This is dairy land and we had to stop at Tillamook to check out the cheese factory. We wandered through and shopped for some cheese. I ...
... pair of lovely Canadians from Victoria. Katherine self described herself and Brian as 'Canadians that Love America' which is always nicer than the alternative. In the past we have come across Canadians that were completely offended when people thought they were Americans (although us Americans can be a pretty bad bunch sometimes...:) They even want to move to the U.S. ---see America is still pretty cool folks. They had the most amazing little compact trailer ...
... those that know me, and know I don't really like ice cream, I found the perfect size cone :)
When we were leaving we hopped in the "Loaf Love Tour" bus for a quick photo. These little busses tour around the country teaching about the cheese making process and giving away free mini-loafs of cheese - but no tour for us so we had to pay for ours!
We drove a bit further to Lincoln City - our next stop for a few days. When we arrived ...
... font-size: 12px; line-height: normal; ">As we sailed everyone kept a lookout for spouts. A grey spouts in threes, each separated by about 45 seconds, before diving a few hundred yards for about 3 minutes. The spout is about ten feet high. We saw nothing. We never went far from the shore. The captain said the whales swim close to shore catching tiny shrimp in their baleen. The foamy water around shore was evidence of the phytoplankton that they shrmp ...