Shilo Inn Suites - Astoria / Warrenton
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... normal to say hello to people as you pass on the street and get a friendly reaction, but he, largish, mid 20s perhaps, didn't miss a beat nor slow down, but managed to get out a deep and resonant "how're you folks doing today?" Brilliant. "devote themselves to the avoidance of every opinion with which they were not perfectly familiar, and regard their own brains as a sort of sanctuary, to which if an opinion had infer resorted, none other was to attack ...
So sometime back in February, I got a call from the woman who gives us our contracts. She asked if I could extend the dates I had given her for my spring break availability, and if I could do her a favor....
The favor was transshipping three different times to three different ships over 5 weeks.
I said yes as long as it was guaranteed that I would be home for Easter. I return the night before Easter while also giving her an additional ...
... 21 - Ensenada,Mexico
Feb 22 - Los Angeles to Seattle
This is typically the part where I say how excited I am about leaving the rainy cold weather of Washington, but its actually been a sunny and mild winter here this year. Our one freakish snow storm was over and melted away within 3 days before the sun came back out and green grass sprouted everywhere.
Anyhow, here's to great tacos and a hopeful ...
We drove south through Washington today. The plan was to visit Mr. Rainier on the way to our next campsite today and then tomorrow, visit the Lewis & Clark Museum and Mt. St. Helen's. However, it was raining and cloudy weather so we decided to skip Mt. Rainier for today and go right to the campground. Not many pictures taken because nothing looks good with raindrops all over it.
Once there, we had plenty of ...
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.
The site is ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility