Sailor Jack Ocean Front Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on to the beach. The Pacific Ocean the same ocean we share at the mighty Rakaia Huts. We left the Neal Family after lunch and headed off up the coast to Newport to the Aquarium. It was a lovely drive and an interesting walk around the aquarium. We met up again with the Neal's and had dinner at a really cool Brewery. It was homeward bound after that. A fabulous day on the ...
... was guaranteed) and I really had not packed clothes for sitting on the water in 40 degee F weather. We are in familiar territory now - Washington and Oregon - and for me it continues to be one of the most beautiful areas I have been in. Spent the last couple of days in an oceanside campground near Ocean City close to the southern tip of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Crisp fall weather with little fog in the morning and brilliant warm sun during ...
... out the toilet's contents into the sewage receptacle. I'm so pleased that we don't number 2 in the cassette toilet. When the day began proper we popped down the trailer and headed off to Yachats for our real beach camping adventure. We had predicted a 2 hour - 3 at the most - jaunt down the coast. Delusional. We stopped in Lincoln City and had a delicious lunch at Kyllo's. I ordered the grilled fish tacos (halibut) and Mel ordered the stuffed halibut. It ...
Since my last post we traveled over to Oregon. The east side is like a desert and very dry. It became much more scenic and greener as we traveled over to the west coast going up and over the mountains including the Cascade mountain range. We had to stop and rest our poor motorhome halfway down an 11 mile stretch of that ridiculously steep mountain road. I guess we need to pay closer attention to truck routes and maybe try and ...
... to be near perfect by the time we get home!
After arriving in Newport we drove to South Beach State Park, planning to stay there for the night. Once there we discovered that the RV sites were not situated to actually see the ocean and the nearest way to get to the beach was a ¼ mile long boardwalk. That would have been OK, but when we talked to one of the campground hosts, and she was wiping mosquitoes out of here eyes, we decided that ...