The Inn at Arch Cape
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... one campground was open. What we did see was spectacular. Loved it! After leaving the Cascades we went on down the road and camped in the National Forest at a remote campground called Beth Lake. We had the camp all to ourselves along with the Blacktail Deer, the Wild Turkeys, Eagles, countless bird species. Did a long hike around the lake. It was really nice and peaceful there. Washington has a beautiful lake around almost every turn in the road and it's ...
... had to put the shells in a pile on the beach. There were rules for the oysters. We didn't have the proper footwear to go out otherwise we might have tried. Oh, so after the mosquito hike, we could have driven back to Beaverton immediately (or after picking up some coffee) but we all had a serious desire to go back to the Crab Pot for dinner. I had more oysters and think I got even more for a take-out meal.
yesterday was spent in langley. We got up early went for a run, went to the canada day celebration then ended the day at an outdoor pool and drinks downtown fort Langley. We where on the road this morning by 6:30. We stopped Tacoma and spent the morning and half the afternoon at an outdoor water/amusement park. ...
... which I found a little odd. It was a quiet street but in the short period we were there three other cars arrived to view the house. If I may add some truth to the world of Hollywood, and I hate to rain on anyone's parade, but we discovered that if the Goonies actually rode they're bikes to the Fratellis hideout next to One Eyed Willies beach it would have been a fifteen mile trip...that's a long way on ...