Inn of the Four Winds
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... as an industry, but Astoria's main street merits a stroll and a fish and chips lunch on the waterfront does not disappoint.
Back in Seaside, a parade of vintage cars has the main drag shut down. Shiny chrome, bright paint, gleaming tires. That evening at dinner the restaurants are full of the sixty-something owners of these gorgeous machines. The meet is aptly called "Wheels and Waves". Once again Craig laments that we should have brought the VW!
... fact they were probably a mile out laying on a buoy.
We tried to find a place that had fresh fish for sale, you know, a fish monger, but couldn't find one anywhere. We drove 50 or 60 miles before we found one and they were so ridiculously priced that we only bout a pound of steamers to go with what we had at camp and left.
Oh, have we talked about the road construction up in this part of the country? We knew that it would be bad, ...
The traffic was great today from the start of our journey in Duncan until we reached Seaside, it was a long day but went well. As we were approaching the Port of Angeles it was foggy and misty I looked out to see this fishing boat it was the coolest looking picture which I've added. It looked like the boat was emerging from the water peaceful ...
... to helping out around the hostel. I helped out with a computer issue, chopped lots of fresh garlic to be frozen, and took a much needed, healing nap. After the nap I woke up and mowed the front and back lawn. That evening I caught the sunset again and spent the remainder of the night reading, drawing, and talking with Levi in the living room.
Awaking the next morning - it was my day of departure. Levi, Trung, and I conducted the daily Chi Gong exercise ...
In the harbor town of Newport we hunted down Mo’s original restaurant for the famous clam chowder. The chowder lived up to its reputation and the town was interesting with tourist shops mingling with fish processing plants.
On up the spectacular coastline along Three Capes Drive. Finally, the highway heads inland and we stop at Tillamook Cheese Factory. A ...