Hidden Cove Bed And Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Neotsu
... 8217;t seen our host in the flesh, but that’s sort of fitting, as we also can’t see much of the view due to some lingering fog. As I write this, I’m sitting on the bed looking straight out the window and imagining a vista of ocean unbroken all the way to the horizon. There are pods of whales cruising by, and maybe some orcas – or so we believe. It’s been another one of 'those’ days.
Turn the clock back about ...
... had tooted her horn at because he was coming into her lane. With the profanities flying my middle finger jammed in drivers windows and the sweat dripping down my forehead, it was time to make a decision….
We decided to head west. We would bust west at the next available exit and head for Astoria and take the coastal route home.
Approx. 6 hours has passed and we had covered a mere 150 miles. ...
... are, they're like 500 years old! Nothing in our part of the world is that old except natural monuments like this. SO COOL!!
Then the highway took me back to the coastline, which of course was beautiful. I got some really cool shots of a bunch of different lighthouses today, which was pretty awesome! I just love lighthouses, they're so cool! Also, the great thing about today's drive was that it didn't curve around every nook ...
... is a very punny town). They too have wi-fi which made the washing cycle a little more interesting for all of us. Henry watched a little 'Thomas and Friends' while I caught up on local news. Mel fed Penny some solids. With the laundry in the dryer we went directly next door to the Drift Inn Cafe (See? Punny.). It's quite the eclectic place from the serving staff, to the live music, to the Italian-made umbrellas hanging from the ceiling. The one above us ...
... 1090;вов& #1072;ть именн
86; здесь и знает этому цену.
Ну а насче 90; самой дорог 80;… У меня ...