Ocean Cove Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... welcome, as were the extra towels given to us on arrival and the faux log burner in our room. After a breakfast of doughnuts and coffee with the owner's corgis (much like the Queen, one would imagine), we made the most of the oceanfront location and headed to the beach. The sun was shining, the wind was blowing. After a short wander along the sand it was time to jump on the bikes again, just in time for more ...
... An accident. It would seem that the karmic wheel turned against Henry after his make-up catastrophe. I hope the glue holds because its mesmerizing powers cannot be overstated. ----------- 9:06pm We are knackered. The sun and clouds finally reached an agreement and tonight the sun was given license to do its thing. It was still windy mind, but the views of the ocean and the sunset were gorgeous. As Mel suggested, it's nice to be leaving Yachats with this as our last memory. We ...
... We tasted some good wines though and met an interesting owner. Either way it was a great stop off. After, we made the push all the way to the north end into Astoria, OR. We stopped there for a nice coastal dinner at a place called Baked Alaska, recommended by the lady from the winery. It was a nicer restraunt, right on the docks over looking the bay. We had a great dinner of salmon and steaks while we watched cargo ships entering ...
... vehicles of the US from the earliest Reos and Model T Fords to the production models of the 60s, 70s and 80s. Most interesting were the custom built coachwork examples of Rollses, Cords, Bentleys, Cadillacs and La Salles from the 1930s... truly breathtaking art pieces in their own right.
In the afternoon we took to our bikes and rode 15 kms or so along the Rushton Way waterfront trail at the head of Puget Sound. Very nice, especially the return stop ...
Woke to overcast skies and wind/storm warnings. We have not TV reception, a radio station that comes and goes and absolutely lousy internet connection. As a result it wasn't hard to get Don out for a walk early this morning. We walked the 'North Beach Trail’ to the beach which crosses under the highway through ‘hobbit-like’ forest to the beach. With warnings about ‘sneaker’ ...