Inn at Haystack Rock
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... a gang of tankers lined up to head out to sea. It's pretty, and a nice small town. While most things weren't open on Christmas day, the downtown is obviously trying to make up for the closed canneries and lost lumber jobs by catering to the tourists. There were many restaurants, gift shops, theaters, and such.
Astoria has an old trolley traveling the waterfront to haul the tourists. It is a genuine antique electric trolley, but there are ...
... to a more level site. We were soaking wet and on our last thread of nerves, but finally settled in for the next five days. Jim's comment was, "This isn't fun." And I agreed. We woke up the next morning with a forecast for better weather. We were in walking distance of the beach and shopping area of town which is filled with picture-perfect, gray shingled buildings which house art galleries, restaurants, and resorts. They were landscaped beautifully with ...
... around the mountain, heading up to Timberline Lodge at the top for lunch, and then continuing around to some of the Waterfalls before proceeding on to Cannon Beach. As we drove towards Mount Hood, we had the now expected mix of Portland lashing rain and then sunshine. As we started to climb the mountain, there were signs warning of snow, which we had a chuckle about because it was mid June and we were on a similar latitude to the south of ...
... headed back to the car and made our way to Cannon Beach to see Haystack Rock.
We parked at Tolovana Beach State Recreation Area, which provides free access to the beach and is only a mile or so from Haystack Rock. After changing into shorts and flip-flops and applying sunscreen, we started walking down the beach towards the rock. The walk was close to a mile, but Haystack Rock is so big, it seems a lot ...
... with Ben and Jerry ice cream and a cooler full of beer and soda. Enough about that. Oh, one more thing – even at the pricey places, the WiFi never works. And that alone is enough to send Alan over the edge. We have learned to ask “Does your WiFi work?” instead of “Do you have WiFi?” I am not kidding.
Now where was I going with this? Ok, we stayed at Midway RV Resort for one night and high tailed it out of there in ...