Inn at the Shore
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... the same size as England.
But true to my new resolution I rode shorter days, despite climbing another, unexpected mountain in the middle and spent a day or two in the capital of Victoria, shopping, going whale watching for Orcas and Humpbacks, eating fish and chips and relaxing (more photos in Vancouver Island album-see entry).
Another ferry ride then whisked me away from Canadian shores to Seattle in the USA. A mercifully, ...
... as part of the Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks, and is also known as Fort Clatsop National Memorial. The original fort decayed in the wet climate of the region. A replica of the fort was constructed (from sketches in the journals of William Clark) for the sesquicentennial in 1955 and lasted for fifty years; it ...
I am at Seaside
No not a grammatical error on my part.
"Jed, we've come all this way and look at that sea and the scenery."
"But its so bleedin cold boss even though the sun is shinin. When the sun was shinin in Utah it was hot, but now it's cold. I just don't get it Clyde"
"When someone discovers it, Clyde it will be called the jet stream, but now for ...
... a bit unsettling sitting in the restaurant beside a glass windows that said 'In memory of Florence May 1902'. But although the hotel was, as Neil described it, a bit 'creepy' they did have an excellent restaurant where we had good dinner and a huge breakfast menu. Breakfast included things like a 'Chef's Daily Omelette specialising in local mushrooms picked by Inn keeper and friends'. Full menu in the photos below.
... our that this means only Coors Light! So be very wary if you happen upon this sea-front inn at Happy hour - it will leave you distinctly unhappy! Boo.
And so to the ubiquitous Motel 6 and the restaurant next door - let's see how that fares.
Well - the answer is wonderful! What a great menu with great food and we had ...