Inn at Seaside
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... have slowly learned the lessons of what not doing this can mean.
So, after making this resolution Claud and I are back on the road, or rather the sea, taking life at a slower pace.
We left Vancouver by cycling through the city to catch a ferry to Vancouver Island. In my head the island was going to be a small spit of land accessed by bridge.
Not so....a 2 hour ferry ride later I arrived in Nanaimo to begin a 3 day journey across ...
Our next day outing was to Fort Clatsop, which was the encampment of the Lewis and Clark Expedition near the mouth of the Columbia River during the winter of 1805-1806. It took just over 3 weeks for the Expedition to build the fort, and it served as their camp from December 8, 1805 until their departure on March 23, 1806.
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... What else are you going to do? It's funny that this incident happened the same day that Mel and I had concluded that there was no point planning relaxation time for ourselves because we were never going to be able to relax. Keeping busy is the only way forward. But having said all of this, we are loving these days and the opportunities to get to know our children. Tomorrow we're off to Yachats. The wi-fi isn't a sure thing there so if I go into radio silence it's only ...
... here - we came across deer at the back of some houses in the dunes. We stayed at The Shelburne Inn - apparently the oldest continually running hotel in Washington State. It was, by American standards, rather old-fashioned. So no TVs or phones in the room. There was a collection of stained glass in the restaurant windows which the owners had saved from a church in Morecambe 35 years ago when it was being pulled ...
... of Oregon. Astoria is a town best missed so we headed back to Seaside where we will spend the night. We parked up on Broadway and walked to the beach and the Shiloh Inn where we hit the bar just in time for Happy our! Yippee!! We enjoyed our drinks - especially me as the menu offered "Domestic Draft Beers" at $2 a time! When we came to pay, ...