Sea Treasures Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Same old, same old trip with my cycling buddies: Bill, Mark, Reginald, and Anthony. Normally John is here, but he's transitioning back from nearly two years in Rio and is currently a month-long transient in Boulder, where he appears to be squeezing in a bit of work between hiking, biking and yoga classes.
We've been doing this for 10 years now. (It can be frightening to see photos from back then and contrast them with the images reflected ...
... overhead. This was remedied by the trolley towing it's own diesel generator. Adaptation at it's best. There was also an interesting looking museum on the Columbia River.....closed on Christmas of course. No surprises there. We didn't expect places to be open. From there, we headed south on the 101.
We had not yet seen the Pacific Ocean. We were driving and saw a sign for Delray Beach. It turns out it's one of the few places you can actually drive ...
... Food" when I see it, I eat it!Only minutes from the beach I monitored the sunset possibilities, and dashed out to find a good place to watch. Much of this time ...
... cheese for sampling. Blue Herron makes French cheeses for tasting and lots of condiments. I bought a hot horseradish and blue cheese there. The wine tasting was very good because they feature Washington and Oregon wines. Other wineries here make fruity stuff and not good! Today the boat and pots go in the water for crabbing!! Crab sells for $10 a pound. Last time we must have had $400.00 worth ...
... at present. We pass through Astoria, flaunting several brewpubs, restaurants serving clam chowder (Mayor Quimby immediately springs to mind whenever I hear that word) cafes and neat-looking shops. Unfortunately, we don't have time to stop.
Beyond Astoria, two lanes merge into one as a single file line of cars follow a thin strip of land leading to the coast. The great expanse of the Pacific hooks you instantly. We pass through several more quaint little ...