Days Inn Ocean Shores
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... no 180 degree switchbacks to the top. The entire road just heads up the mountain with a series of easy left and easy right turns until you are suddenly near the top. The last 5 miles are on the side of the mountain with spectacular views of the valley below.
Unfortunately for us, today ended up being a cold, cloudy day, and the visibility at the top was limited. In talking to the ranger, she said that the Washington peninsula ...
... Bay is one of the leading oyster areas in the country -- there are several big oyster factories that produce huge piles of oyster shells during their process. Don't know what they do with them, but they look kinda cool! At every bend in the road you can buy fresh oysters -- too bad neither of us likes oysters! The "Cranberry Coast", an 18-mile stretch of beach between ...
... toward Tacoma which has two military bases, Ft. Lewis and McChord AFB where we were going to stay. The Washington State CAA was close by, at least that is what we thought! Sue was checking on the location and she found out that the original one had been disabled and a new one was located one the West Coast on 101 which we had just left about 60 miles back in Oregon. Oh Well, S.H.! ...
... very high standard. The theme of each home was so detailed and creative we walked around for a good couple hours checking out the names and guessing how many rooms each home slept.
The first night we headed out to the market and picked up two dozen clams for six dollars bought a bottle of wine and proceeded to clean out their fresh produce. To me nothing is better than buying fresh fruit and veggies with the dirt still on them. We ate so well over the next ...
... sported bathrooms, hot showers, and even a dedicated bicycle path right to the sandy shores. Kevin wanted to back to camp to rest and hangout, so we split up while I went to navigate the bustling harbor. The air was ripe with salt and fish, and the streets were busy with action. The strip was lined with novelty shops, bars, and fishing stores and locals were carting around overflowing crates of fresh seafood. I spotted a watchtower where you could climb 3 stories ...