Ocean Cove Inn
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... trip. Walking and climbing on the rocks up to the tunnel was a bit dicey and a little ******* my knee. I have to pay attention and I can't go as quickly as I did before the knee problems....but hopefully this will improve as time goes on. This trip is fraught with rough terrain and slick walking paths. I must continue to be careful. Hopefully I won't tick Laurie off and she shoves me down a hillside. There are plenty here so I would be wise not to give ...
... long beaches there are here, with very few people on them. Had lunch at Cape Kiwanda in Pacific City, more neat hay stacks and fun watching the dory fishermen land their boats at high speed right on the sand. They honk their horns then plow right through the surf. Patrick declared he was going to climb a giant sand dune near the shore and we thought he was joking. But, he did it and thank god for Kelly who reeled ...
... fire. The wind doesn't appear to be subsiding and the sun lost a halfhearted battle hours ago. ------------- Random observations we've made about American Culture: * Most families are units of two parents and four children. Four children. Four. They don't seem to have half the trouble we do. What gives? * There is a comparable obesity rate here to Canadians but the extent of the obesity is frightening. We have seen a lot of menacing male and ...
... a while, and Jonas found a jackpot of chanterelles. Our dislike of mushrooms is superceded by our love of finding food in the forest, so we filled up our backpack with huge mushrooms. We waited until the next day to talk to some rangers to make sure were were going to eat the right mushrooms. There are also 'fake chanterelles' which look remarkably like the real ones and are not nearly as edible. None of the park volunteers could help me out, and none of the guide books I ...
... and painting that reflects Tacoma’s status as the home of such glass masters as Dale Chehuly. Indeed, there is a major glass museum in the same neighbourhood which we skipped today, as we had seen it before. We may stop back there tomorrow.
The auto museum is in a dramatic new building in Tacoma’s waterfront region, specially built to house the 100s of mostly American cars of the Harold Lemay collection. There are prime examples of the ...