Inn at the Shore
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... land west of the Mississippi. The Shoshone woman Sacagawea was with them and we learn more about how she helped the expedition by interpreting and translating.
The town of Astoria is just a few miles north, at the point where the Columbia River meets the Pacific. Some of the former grandeur of its glory days as a booming port city has been lost and many of the ornate Queen Anne houses are run down, looking a lot like crack houses, and microbrewing seems to have ...
... hollering "Hey you guy's" and see Data with his gadgets and gizmos strapped to his belly. I could picture the 'Truffle shuffle' and I want a Baby Ruth.
We also ventured out to the State Park across from us. Fort Stevens State Park. It's right along the Columbia River where Lewis and Clark finally found the Pacific Ocean. We saw whales spouting right off the coast and heard sea lions barking. They sounded like they were right on the beach ...
... 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 ...
... and the animals very entertaining. Funny thing was that Barb and I enjoyed the feeding of the pipe fish, sand dabs and small fish even more. We walked by these small displays just as the attendant dropped brine shrimp in the little aquariums. It was fascinating to watch these small critters swoop in and suck up the miniscule shrimp. Always remember to look for the little pleasures ...