Arch Cape Inn & Retreat
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... became outdated and too expensive to update, they basically just picked up and abandonded the base. What is left today are the structural remains of a small city; mess hall, bakery, housing, power plant, hospital, coal yard, laundry room, etc. as well as the abandonded batteries and combat equipment including enormous guns. We wandered the crumbled base for a bit while we waited for our tour to start. The tour is what I was really excited about. It ...
... going out and the light was beautiful. We took a stroll with the other families and couples that had also opted to end their day in such a pleasant way and watched the tide going out. We did see these strange blue things a lover the beach that we have never seen before. Kind of like a plastic pull top off of a yogurt container but smaller and slightly squished. Very curious. No one else seemed to know what they were either.
With the sun fading we had ...
... incredible, thanks to the unusually clear day. I took a few scenic detours on accident, but even so , we made it to the port city of Astoria at the mouth of the Columbia. Ana was a bit upset so we went for a walk along the piers by the river. The waves splashed beneath us leaving a green on everything it touched. Further west, across a small inlet was Fort Clatsop, where Lewis & Clark (& company) spent the winter at the end ...
... and have a quick wash and go over the road to the Hook Line and Sinker pub and eatery and have a few beers Jackie has Margeritas which are just $3.95 each i stick to $3 Bud light we also eat and I have a chill,burger with chips and Jackie has clam Chowder and spicy chicken salad which is all delicious and Becky the New owner of the bar is lovely and gives us a history lesson about the local history of Garibaldi she only took over the bar about six weeks ago feel a ...
... knew why they were so busy. Delectable!
Today we visited Tillamook Cheese Factory. Forty years ago we toured this when it was a much smaller facility and we could get up close and personal with the cheese vats. Today, it's a major operation in a gigantic facility. We took a self-guided tour where we watched as cheddar cheese blocks came out of the aging room and were sliced into two pound blocks, then rolled down the conveyor belt to ...