The Inn at Arch Cape
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to forego the fire for a quiet walk instead. This is actually one of our favorite activities, just walking around the campgrounds checking out everyone’s setups. This walk started like any other but ended with a nice surprise. We were headed down the last leg of the walk when someone from a small fire shouted to us and asked if we were hungry. It was dark and we could not totally make out the scene but the man continued to ask us if we ...
... got brave and once in a while were helping themselves to the meal too. On this same day, I also saw a beautiful jelly fish on the sand – this photo is one I saw, really quite decorative, was about 14" in diameter.
The beaches are, as usual, somewhat foggy on some days, so you will see some of my photos with fog. Have some rain and other days are beautiful sunshine. Temps have been in the low to mid 70's – we are sure that makes everyone ...
CS and BZ were kind enough to take me on several excursions this trip. This was the last of them....sadly. We started at the section of the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge that was south of the Bay and walked on a small trail with sculptures of various kinds. It was a pleasant little walk. Then we tried to get across to another trail only to find out from some other/outdoorspeople that you ...
... after 6 by the time we got to seaside. We unloaded the vehicle went back to town and had some supper. Then went to the beach where the boys collected sea shells and ran through the water. Then we went to Safeway and got some watermelon and wine. Been long couple days. Looking forward to some beach time ...
... including outlet stores, to keep holidaymakers busy when they're not on the huge beach. The Hood to Coast relay finishes in Seaside-1200+ teams of 12, that is a whole host of people to arrive on the beach-as does the Lewis & Clark trail. They explored from 1803-1806, it says here. "Our party from necessary having been obliged to subsist some lenth of time on dogs have now become extreemly fond of their flesh." Reading: Samuel Butler, ...