The Lighthouse Inn
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... areas. After this spot of culture grabbing we finally started our road trip proper. First stop the strangely named Canon Beach. Not an offensive weapon insight, but you are provided with a stunning flat sandy beach that stretches for miles and is dominated by a large rock outcrop that provides some fantastic housing for the local seabird population. It really is an impressive piece of geology, but all this was just window dressing to me. Really there was ...
... then we headed north to hike the trails at Ecola State Park. What was supposed to be a "little" hike turned into a 3 mile trek of climbing mostly uphill and then slipping and sliding in our hiking shoes down the muddy slopes. It was a memorable way to break in our new hiking shoes...and Dawn had a blister to prove it! We finally headed north to Seattle only to encounter the terrifying traffic of rush hour Tacoma. ...
... star fish and other invertebrates. We could spot puffins high on the cliffs, but it was a challenge to get a photo!
Some of our group were surprised by waves that doused shoes and pant legs, so after a brief stop at our inn to change into dry clothes we drove south towards Tillamook. Lush grasses in this area are nurtured by 72-90 ...
... amazing how long this little plane can remain in the air. Apparently, this little money maker averages 35,000 planes bought each year! You do the math. The column’s 500 feet of artwork, depicts important Pacific Northwest historical milestones.
Next stop – Fort Clatsop National Memorial – 5 miles south of Astoria. I love ...
... Nor’wet has given me a better appreciation for my little town, that may get gray some days, but not every day.
Checklist for the Burn –
Tuu Tuu’s for Tuu Tuu Tuesday? Check
Rabbit ears for the Billion Bunny March? Check
Blinky wear so we aren’t Dark Wads? Yea, sort of
Neon orange fishnet shirt? Check
Electric Amethyst hair color for Cara? Check and double check
I guess we’re ...