Seaside Oceanfront Inn
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... on his bike with his little grand daughter. Debra his wife was busy in town, so we didn't eat dinner till late. A very nice not too spicy or hot Mexican meal.
Next morning thankfully the rain had stopped, so as they only had the one car, and Debra needed it, we had to unload our stuff from the back seat, so Eric and Ari could fit in.
Over the bridge to nowhere, but this time it was to Astoria
I don't do ...
I really enjoyed the small piece of Seaside that I experienced yesterday, but i did not get there until after dark so I moved to an ocean view room and enjoyed the day. I used the hot tub, sauna, and swimming pool. I did a lot of walking on the sand in my bare feet, had my coffee overlooking the beach and walked to the store for a few items I needed and ...
... I found a cozy site to set up camp for the night. No doubt, I would not be the first wanderer to utilize this nook along the coast as home for the night.
I figured Kellee was beginning to overstay her welcome at the hostel and I hoped to repay Levi with a snack of kale, peanut butter, and assorted nuts (try this - lacinato kale with peanut butter and cinnamon spread atop along with nuts of your choice stuck into the welcoming oily cinnamon ...
... or two later we stopped in the town of Aberdeen and had some dinner at "Duffys". The waitress, a woman probably in her late thirthies was very nice and talkative and gave us some ideas for things to visit along our continued trip to Vegas and this is worth mentioning again; People in america seems more open than in Sweden and I love their openess here and to strike a conversation with people. :) Driving on, we finally arrived in the town Astoria where we ...
... was about 900ft, so the first hour or so was pretty steep zig-zagging paths, navigating mud baths and fallen trees. To some of you, it may seem puzzling that I'd choose this kind of activity as something enjoyable - but I'm sure that if any one of you took a walk though those old, old trees, with nothing but the patter of rain on the greenest of leaves and the squelch of your boots through the mud, you'd love it. It's time out, away from everything, and ...