Shelburne Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... except for the mosquito bite welts.
We stopped in Long Beach twice that day. We tried to go to some place recommended in a guidebook for lunch but for some reason, it was going to work out. So we ended up at a place called the crab pot where I had oysters. Ah, we had also stopped at a place near Oysterville on the bay side that had a public oyster picking place and people could get oysters ...
On travelling from Ocean Shores to Seaside, we travelled through the small town of Aberdeen. The home town of Nirvana's cult lead singer, Kurt Cobain. We wanted a cheesy road trip and this was a good start. Both being fans of the band's music, we googled his childhood residence and made a bee line for the address which is for sale at just under half a million (well over the median average of $94,000) plus it ...
... t know that Jefferson was very close to Lewis and thought of him as the son he never had). Lewis recruited William Clark to share command of the expedition, and they left from St. Louis on their epic journey up the Missouri River, across the Rockies and down the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean. There were only about 48 members of the party and they were able to make only about 20 mileS/day.
The Lewis & Clark Museum ...
... cared, we were fast asleep by 10 after enjoying a very good and very cheap sea food dinner two blocks from our hotel. We also had the spa to ourselves but showed exemplary manners, we are still Georgians after all.
Almost every town along the coast has a micro brewery and most places serve local draft. So far I have enjoyed some nice hoppy IPAs and Annette has sampled a few white wheat beers. Also there is plenty of good inexpensive wine available. Shocking low prices ...
... 433' but 22.5 miles long) Very peaceful lake and incredibly clear. The colour probably enhanced by the forests of firs and spruces on the hills around.
We drove on along the coastal route and gradually the mountains gave way to more forestation. The area we drove through once a very busy logging area though there is very little of this industry left and the towns here are suffering. Many of the timber ...