Shelburne Country Inn
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The tide pools were fantastic - full of sea urchins, anemones, hermit crabs, snails, mussels - with enough surrounding sand to wade through the pools. Others we've seen were rocky and musselly. Shoes off, we explored for a long time even with very cold water in ...
... and snacking on salt water taffy, Mom and I chose Yahtzee and played for several hours. Lovely day!
Now I've been disappointed with locations, but never a place that others seem to like so much. Maybe it's tradition. Seaside appears to be something of an inside joke, with stories and secrets under the surface for the initiated; from the outside, it just felt like a bad joke.
Good joke: Why don't lobsters share? ...
... your pick of morbidly obese tourist or blue-rinse pensioner. Seaside to the north sounds far more understated and manageable. Our campsite at Cannon Beach RV Resort seems great but it's a lot louder. The gamblers have been replaced by families and so fun is in. Our site is huge and Henry finally has a place to run around and build his train tracks. Full amenities here including gas pumps at the gate and an indoor pool. ...
... love", and it took us two weeks in Santa Cruz to play the letter "I". Not that it matters. We added over 100 new songs in San Francisco from our visit to Amoeba. We are a little less enamoured of TD USA given that they have no branches west of FLA. Bank of America is every where.
Oh yeah, and organic food definitely tastes better.
So, where do I begin? It was hard leaving Santa Cruz and all the wonderful people who come in and out of Hotel 436. I moped ...
... 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 ...