Sand Dollar Inn and Cottages
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... car and the insurance hard sell blunted our enthusiasm.
Before we hit the highway, one last errand needed to be run. Robyn had second thoughts buying her GPS - so we headed back to REI to try and exchange it. And within two minutes of going into the shop, Robyn was on her way out with a refund and a new device that suits her needs a whole lot more.
The drive to the Pacific Ocean, the first half of the journey on an 8-laned busy ...
Had a short, beautiful drive across the Columbia River and up as far in Washington as Bay Center yesterday -- just a hop, skip, and jump from where we were. There was evidence of even more logging in Washington than in Oregon -- guess that's why Washington is called "The Evergreen State", and is one of the leading lumber producers. Washington has deep temperate rain forests ...
... which was founded in 1892. I saw an interesting home built above the banks of the Columbia. Clearly one man's dream in progress. Top floor was greenhouse , mid l mid-level living, and a shop and boatyard in basement and outdoors. He had his own crane to launch his boat!
It was a beautiful drive through the moss covered woodland forests. I finally reached the dead end of the road and found a ...
... and all the greenery, I couldn't take my eyes away from it. These trees are so big and they're covered in all kinds of growth. Beautiful. Life everywhere. We tried to find a place to camp but I made an executive decision that we should head back to Aberdeen and find a motel because it was just way too cold and I can't risk having a fibromyalgia flare up. So, we did just that. Joey and Fergie went on a beer purchase adventure and came back with a ...
... sandy beach. This was as far as 2 explorers Lewis and Clark reached when they were commissioned in 1804-6 on an expedition to the transcontinental coast to find a passage across the American continent. They were accompanied by a 15 year old native American Indian called Sacajawea who helped track the route (she features in the movie 'A Night at the Museum') and we found a statue of them in the town. Also plenty of ...