Blue Gull Inn
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Carla woke up after her first night in a Motel well rested and thankfully bed bug free. I was immediately instructed to head down to reception to collect the complimentary breakfast. This consisted of an apple of questionable quality, a slice of pie ( god bless America ) and a cup of coffee that could easily be substituted for some kind of jet fuel without even being noticed.......hey you get what pay for. After choking down this feast we headed out to Pier 39 ...
... immediately headed off down the beach, exploring tidal pools of urchins. Haystack Rock was a busy place as the sea birds squawked overhead. We even saw Puffins! They were nesting on the rocky cliffs of Haystack Rock. We looked like we were experienced birders with our binoculars! What great fun watching their wings move quickly because of their round, heavy bodies. Drove south to the charming town of Manzanita ...
... star fish and other invertebrates. We could spot puffins high on the cliffs, but it was a challenge to get a photo!
Some of our group were surprised by waves that doused shoes and pant legs, so after a brief stop at our inn to change into dry clothes we drove south towards Tillamook. Lush grasses in this area are nurtured by 72-90 ...
... storms. Harlan was finally happy!
After seeing all that what more was left to see? We left the beach and drove into Cannon Beach. It’s a big tourist area with lots of high dollar shops and rentals. Haystack Rock is a world famous rock at the beach’s edge. It was a busy place. Mo’s has a location on the beach, so we decided to have some seafood and chowder while doing some people watching. A really fun ...
It was a overcast day, to hit the beach and checkout the famous Cannon Beach and its well-known landmark, Haystack Rock (235-foot high or 72-meters), but here goes! The Rock was formed by lava flows emanating from the Grand Ronde Mountains 10 to 17 million years ago. It once joined to the coastline but years of erosion have since separated the monolith from the coast.
U.S. Highway 101 formerly ran through Cannon Beach. In 1964, ...