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... relax. On a small side note here, by this time Carla and I have passed on the news to everyone about her pregnancy. This small but significant change to our travel situation meant that I found myself sitting on a sand dune eating a cottage cheese, tomatoe and cucumber sandwich (on whole wheat of course ) instead of the the usual cheeseburger and fries. All due to Carla's new diet. I think this was just about my first introduction to cottage cheese and I ...
... the Pacific Ocean now and again. Eventually, we crossed into Oregon by driving over the famous and dangerous Columbia River, across a 4 mile long bridge. This is the same river which gives its name to some of our "outdoor clothing". Astoria was our first stop. This was the first US town west of the Rockies. Lewis and Clark spent the winter of 1805 near here at Fort Clatsop, which is now part of the Lewis and Clark ...
... in port, so everything was very busy in Astoria. We also walked by the Flavel House Museum and got some pictures from the outside, although we didn’t have time to go in, as well as the adjacent court house. When Sandy was done shopping, we stopped by a Safeway grocery store to get some sandwiches for lunch and fill up gas in the car when we heard some very loud barking. But it wasn’t someone’s dog, ...
... Tacoma, Washington and Portland, Oregon, Centralia is well, central. Used to be a stage coach stop and for some that we saw, still could be. Their last stage coach stop, that is.
It was late, we’d been lost off and on all day, we were tired and I was grouchy. The first RV "Resort" we found looked like it was straight out of the Bates Motel and RV “Resort” handbook. It was the dirt back lot of a broken down motel scattered ...
... generated by the Good Friday Earthquake came ashore along the coast of the Pacific Northwest. The subsequent flooding inundated parts of Cannon Beach and washed away the highway bridge located on the north side of city.
On a happier note Haystack Rock has been used as a setting in some well known films. The list below sets the scene, just for fun!
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