Arch Cape Inn & Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it wasn't too bad and there were more beautiful views on the other side. We were met by a herd of deer as we entered Nehalem Bay State Park at dusk and prepared ourselves for more nighttime tent pitching. We met up with April #1, who we'd seen on a number of occasions on the way down. Not April #2 who had her stuff nicked on the side of the road. Seems like your name has to be April if you're cycling on your own down the Pacific ...
... Theater. We talked some more with Erik and his buddy who was bartending, also from WI, before calling it a day and heading back to the campgrounds.
It was a good time in Fort Stevens, more so for me than Kaitlyn. I really enjoyed all of the military history and although it was an enormous campground it was very peaceful and relaxing. Although it was nice at Fort Stevens we were really excited to leave because we were FINALLY heading to Portland!
... large rock, and tidal pools. We saw some anemones and sea stars and put our feet in the cold pacific. We made our way back down the coast to an adorable town called Manzanita. Here we discovered the local Friday night farmer's market in full swing. We browsed the stands, sampled some local goods, and picked up falafel wraps and a Pelican Brewery beer to take down to the beach for a picnic dinner. We enjoyed our meal over a beautiful Pacific Ocean sunset and then called it a ...
... rocks the beach is absolutely enormous and yes you've guessed it stunning we go on a long walk through rockpools and little streams there is a very strong wind here today and to be honest it is quite cold but lovely for a long walk and the sun is out.
its all again very dramatic with the giant rock formations in the ocean and the wind blowing a thin layer sand across the beach I get my feet trainers and socks wet(much to Jackies amusement) going through a stream ...
... of a home on main street. Tee-hee.
One thing about the Oregon coast is how favorable the climate is for plants and flowers. We admire some of the local ...