Weiss' Paradise Suites
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What a river!!! We came to Astoria to see the mouth of the mighty Columbia River - it has not disappointed!!
We caught a shuttle bus from Vancouver @ 6am and arrived Seatac airport (Seattle) around 11.30, picked up the car and crossed our fingers and hoped we found our way to Astoria. We had a trusty map and a sat. Nav. (Rob likes to keep check on the navman!!) We hired a Ford ...
... Beach. The town of Seaside, Oregon was a few miles down the road where I found a hotel, walked on the beach and rested my weary bones in the hot tub.
It is beautiful here. There were many couples walking the beach or on blankets by small fires. I was overwhelmed by a sense of loss and sadness for the future Lori and I were robbed of. I was also overwhelmed with a sense of gratitude for the love we shared.
... and a $20 bill. I told Laurel that I did not need the money and asked her to please take it back, but she said she saw it as a form of tithe and that she wanted me to have it. I obliged and knew this was God's provision for trusting in Him. Had I not stayed the previous night I would have never met Laurel and gained the encouragement and renewal of faith in the Lord as my Healer. Praise be to God.
Though 1 night's stay cost $30, Trung agreed to the $20 ...
... stuff. Pierre and I (well maybe the royal “I”) decided that we need to take a road trip back to Astoria and give it more visit time. I was looking for a quilt store to buy a design board from Fons and Porter but the 2 stores we visited didn't carry what I was looking for so I guess I will have to order them online. Astoria had a lovely River Walk/Trolley from the cruise ship to Pier 39 which is a total of 3 miles one ...
... to pitch-up and face the rain.
State campsites are located across the entire US, and although owned by the state, are usually maintained by 'hosts', a person or couple that will live onsite in an RV or trailer. They are in charge of general upkeep as well as keeping an eye on things, in return for living on the grounds for free. These are pretty basic campsites, with spaces to pitch, fire pits, compost toilets and maybe a shelter or cooking area - ...