Palace Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We broke camp and stopped at Arlene's - a truck stop dinner on the side of the road in Elkton Oregon.
It was a homey place filled with a good mix of locals truckers and passers by. There was a nicce hand painted mural and a little book of stories telling us all about this neat woman, Arlene. The menu, typical for it's kind featured an all American favorite that I had yet to try - Biscuits and Gravy. This ...
... normal; ">We drove back up toward Depoe stopping at Otter Rock a mile away. Here is the open topped sea cave known as Devil's Punchbowl. Mo's has a tiny grill next door where they prepare a sampling of their menu. I ordered clam fritters, which deepened my new found love for clams.
From here we could see a lighthouse to the south.
... 10 degrees. A heavy hailstorm caught us leaving the restuarant and I can tell you those hailstones hurt and I was very pleased to get it the car.
We started the morning, in the sunshine, at Trinidad a small fishing community sheltering in a sweeping bay, the rocky outcrops are home to very noisy Harbor Seals.
We continue up the coast road through the Redwood National Park looking for ...
... raved about it. Great for our day-long road trips.
Three Capes Scenic Byway: Drove north part
--Symons scenic viewpoint by Oceanside
--Cape Mears: too much fog. Will try again tomorrow.
... on:-). We sat there enjoying the food, looking out the window at the lake watching a bald eagle hunting, diving, and soaring around. (can you see why I can't make myself leave this place, eating dinner, watching a BALD EAGLE hunt, are you kidding me!) Everything was good and peaceful. Well, it WAS peaceful! Then Michael decided to tell us a little story about how when he was out on the kayak he noticed that the lake was actually connecting to the ocean ...