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 ...
Two longish days with driving were broken up with some of the best views we have ever experienced! Our first destination was Port Orford and a wood cabin in the trees overlooking the Pacific. A hot tub supplied and breakfast included, pretty nice! Best nights sleep I have had in a while. Port Orford was a nice quiet town with friendly people and ...
... show, a dozen massive mixing bowls brimming with enormous Dungeness crabs. We were given a plate, sat down and began breaking down some crab, talk about ameteur hour. It took some work but Kaitlyn enjoyed some deliciously fresh crab. We were told that the group of 30 or so get together every year at Fort Stevens for a three day crabbing fest. This year they caught over 300 crab over the three day weekend. We finished up, said our thank yous and headed ...
... length of the west coast. This highway had us stopping every mile to take photos of the beach lined coast with its amazing cragged outcrops and spruce lined hillsides. Australia has the twelve apostles on the Great Ocean road, the state of Oregon had the entire cast of the bible. The road cuts a sway through pine tree forests as it bends away from the coast for short periods, again causing us to stop to photograph ...
... 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, ...