Lodges at Cannon Beach
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... a perfect job it sure looks much better and I am not embarrassed to drive it. I talked to the relatives in Alberta and it is.now 2 below zero. So the snow has not let up and I'm glad we left when we did. They had 10 inches the day we left and the storm was following us. It is nice to be back in warm and beautiful territory.
... might become the cover for my trip book. Many thanks to this unknown creative person!
Back to the hotel to change shoes and clean the sand out between my toes, and we are driving towards Tillamook on U.S. 101. Roberta, Dan and Steve and I met up with Tom and Patti Soens from Portland who were just down the road at ...
... continual rolling and pounding by the water and sand had polished them as if a master woodworker had spent days sanding and putting a finish on them.
After some more beach combing the water started to rise and since we had seen several hundred star fish we--me especially--didn't want to get BORED so we headed out. We went to Cannon Beach, drove around and looked at the multitudes of tourist folk. We wanted to see Hay ...
... in the room. We've taken in a number of movies as the front desk here stocks A LOT of movies. We've also slept a lot, as it's quieter than most of the campgrounds have been and we have some comfy beds :-) Probably the only complaint we have here is the fact that the ocean is so bloody cold we can't swim in it!! As Joe put it, "it's a bit of a tease!"
The one break we took from our relaxation was to visit the Lewis & Clark National Monument at ...
... worth it. Buckwheat pancakes, ham steaks and scrambled eggs. Mmmm. And coffee. God I love/need coffee in the morning. Sets the world to rights. From there we wandered down the main strip occasionally poking our noses into the numerous art galleries and plastic **** stores. We have a not-so-subtle code word for cheap stores which we wish to vacate quickly without appearing rude: "Chinois". French for overpriced, inauthentic ****. Henry was begging us ...