Shilo Inn Suites - Tillamook
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Up early this morning – the storms have passed and the weather is fine. We pack up, but before leaving we decide to check out this beach. It's nice, but nothing like what we have at home!
Continuing north, we are a fair bit behind where we wanted to be by this time. However, we are enjoying the drive, and the scenery of the Oregon …
... backpack, roughly the size of those carried by primary schoolchildren. He had run out of water so I gladly filled his canteen before plunging down the hill to meet up with Kevin at our campsite. The campgrounds was very pretty, and the facilities were the nicest I have seen up this point on the trip. Oregon certainly invests in its parks. We had a fun evening chatting with a fellow tourist from British Columbia, who was biking from Astoria to San ...
... like that too... We tried to help a fellow get his borrowed kite into the air, but to no avail. He gave up, after thanking us, and went home.
Today we traveled into Lincoln City and did what? No guesses?? We did our laundry, of course. The place was just about empty, so it took us only just over an hour to get everything washed and dried.
We drove north to Tillamook and ...
... the National Register of Historic Places. Really quite special. We looked polite when we stopped at the several landings on the way up but really we are so out of shape.
We were hungry and knew that there must be a seafood place we could find but the home bound traffic in Astoria was a nightmare so we chose to start heading down the 101 coast highway. We found a delightful little place called the way cafe and asked if they had room for 2. We found we ...
... their collections and exhibits are nationally recognized and accredited--definitely an impressive place.
The exhibits focus on the history of the area, especially the fishing industry and the Columbia River Bar. The huge river brings a load of silt and debris from the Canadian Rockies 1200 miles away, then encounters the powerful swells and waves of the Pacific Ocean. This plus the weather creates one of the ...