Town House Motel
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... blue. When we got to the Tower, we bought our parking pass ($2) and walked once around the tower taking pictures; then we started the climb up. It didn’t take long to do all that, but while we did, the clouds came in and started lowering. We were able to see almost to the Pacific, but it didn’t come out great in the pictures.
Dan had heard that Astoria had the best seafood in the northwest US, so we ...
... sleeping on the cool concrete!
We enjoyed a quick dinner at the famous food truck court and then headed for our B&B - The Farm at Sunset Ridge. We found it through AirBNB.com and it is wonderful. Amaya is our host and is quite the gardener. Our pictures show only part of what she has growing - there's another garden that contains lettuce, rhubarb, broccoli, chard, and more! She also has an orchard (mostly pears, some apples) and raspberry ...
... boot! A premium site means a bit more seclusion than the rest.
Kael and Chloe understand the set up/take down process much better now, leaving us in relative peace to get the chores done. Michele and I are also getting better at it to after all of our practice over the trip.
The only problem is that the mosquitoes are out in droves ay dusk, forcing us to put on long-sleeves and jeans. As I BBQ dinner, there are no less than five of them ...
... it that far then so be it, but I should be in that general area. I will have my phone with me for emergencies, I can receive calls, this is a necessity for work. I will update you on my progress on this blog as often as I can, but know that it might not happen every day. As my friend Chris is often fond of saying, "It's not the destination, it's the journey..", so with that thought in mind it is time to begin my ...
... Our first stop was the visitors’ center where we watched a 30 minute film on the Lewis and Clark Expedition before walking out to the Fort. The present reproduction of Fort Clatsop is built on the site of the original. THIS particular rendition of the fort is a replacement of the one we saw there in 2001 as that one burned to the ground the year after we were here. It was almost religious feeling being among the giant Sitka Spruce surrounded by other tall ...