Ocean Point Inn & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... tour of Battery Mishler. The underground battery was a maze of cement tunnels and corridors where hundreds of soilders spent days on end living and working in. The structure was massive and incredibly eerie. The battery served as the military’s main defense against the Japanese Navy during WWII. During WWII Fort Stevens became the first place in the contiguous US to be attacked since the War of 1812. The “attack” consisted of only a ...
... going out and the light was beautiful. We took a stroll with the other families and couples that had also opted to end their day in such a pleasant way and watched the tide going out. We did see these strange blue things a lover the beach that we have never seen before. Kind of like a plastic pull top off of a yogurt container but smaller and slightly squished. Very curious. No one else seemed to know what they were either.
With the sun fading we had ...
... in any ocean, with constantly shifting sand bars and currents. That's why the Bar area is known as the Graveyard of the Pacific for its amazing number of shipwrecks.
Many places have river pilots to help ships navigate their sandbars and channels, but the Columbia is the only place in the US where ships trying to enter are required by Federal Law to take on a bar pilot. It's fascinating to watch the ...
... We headed back south along highway 101. Interesting to note the cloud bank seems to hang permanently over Cannon Beach this time of year, while Manzanita ...
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As we moved from Winchester Bay to the Elks RV campground in Tillamook the day started out pretty good with no problems getting propane at the Salmon Harbor Marina or diesel at the Pacific Pride self service station. Road north was quite narrow and VERY winding, but we had expected that--beautiful scenery. We stopped for lunch in a ...