Ocean Inn at Manzanita
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... mirror today.) It's fairly ritualized at this point: take-out pizza Friday night, typically accompanied by an immodest amount of beer and wine, the same 46+ mile bike ride Saturday, followed by a walk to the beach and usually town, an evening of home-cooking with a little less enthusiastic beverage consumption (having once again learned this lesson the night before). Then we usually ride about 20 miles on Sunday before returning to Portland after an ...
... which I found a little odd. It was a quiet street but in the short period we were there three other cars arrived to view the house. If I may add some truth to the world of Hollywood, and I hate to rain on anyone's parade, but we discovered that if the Goonies actually rode they're bikes to the Fratellis hideout next to One Eyed Willies beach it would have been a fifteen mile trip...that's a long way on ...
Today we leisurely drove about 20 miles north to visit Cannon Beach - very pretty beach town. It was much cooler there than Manzanita - was fanned by the north wind. And by mid morning it was sunny and clear but the fog as always was swirling round on the horizon and high above the cliffs ready to roll back in. Got back in time to have an ice cream for lunch (having had another of Bev's beautiful breakfasts) and then back home to the wifi so we could FaceTime Jess ...
... bridge over the mouth of the Columbia River into Oregon. Will put photos to show how beautiful it all was. Now we are at Manzanita where we are staying with Bev, a delightful friend of Carole and John. This is a little piece of paradise. Her house is right on the beach. Here for 3 days. ...
... above several others in the water. At low tide, which was about to happen, one side if it is accessible by land. Atop the rockbare puffin, mure, and gull colonies. At the bottom are tide pools filled with barnacles and colorful starfish and bright green anenomae. We explored the pools in the cold wind with cold feet underwater. This inspired Andrew to ask fir a bathroom here 1.5 mules from the public can. So Andrew and I took off steadfast in our goal. ...