Westshore Oceanfront Motel
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... they were off with David. Anita took Hobbzie, Lindsay and me and the two other boys rode the quads. The dunes were amazing. They went forever. David went a bit crazy with the boys, they loved it hanging on for dear life. Hobbzie got to have a go at driving a razor. Bought out the boy racer in him. A bit more risqué than Anita. We drove up down and around in the dunes and ...
... was driving. Just before cresting the summit there was a small sign which said "Brake Check Area Ahead". Nice notice, no urgency such as "Trucks MUST Check Brakes" ... but something about it made me sit up. At the same time as we came to the Brake Check Area which was a small pullout that would hold only four or five trucks or other rigs (nothing like the Brake Check Areas I was used to seeing) there were a couple of other regular size warning signs ...
... and she too walked away satisfied. We may very well eat there tomorrow night. Afterwards Henry had a Huckleberry Ice Cream Sugar Cone, made with Tillamook Cream, from the Ice Cream Store across the street. He was so wound by the time we got back to the campsite. He was hilarious. So many crazy things coming out of his mouth, much of it having to do with poo. Mel and I had a great big fire afterwards and kept the chill at bay. Tomorrow we hike at Cape ...
... of Seattle. After Seattle burned down in the 1800's, they rebuilt the town on top of the old. Very interesting seeing the buildings windows, doors, and sidewalks underground. We then spent some time wandering around the Pike Place Market and, of course, we had to stand in line at the very first Starbucks store. Sa**************ed to Astoria, Oregon, and climbed the column and visited Fort ...
After driving through Albany, Oregon, we were once again into hills on which were planted HUGE vineyards. We arrived in Salem at 10:30, stopping in downtown to go to the Visitors’ Center to get some information on the town. We had hoped to take a tour but there was none. The very nice lady that worked there sent us to a visitor’s parking lot down next to the Willamette River where she said we would be able to park and then take ...