Days Inn Ocean Shores
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We started our trip from Mayport NAS to on the Atlantic Ocean and arrived today September 24th to the Town of Wesport WA on the Pacific Ocean. There are few words to express my feelings at the achievement of my lifelong dream. The roar of the ocean can be heard at our campsite, the sun is shining and I am sitting in front of the campfire. ...
... that sells fresh fish, so I bought a big slab of King salmon and one of Halibut - relish, baby. There's a wide, winding trail along the shore, out to the state park that I rode a couple of times on my new bike - loved that!
Watched the Hawks Thursday night for the start of the season - more booty kicking. Off to a good start.
- 1 teaspoon black pepper
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 2 cups soy sauce
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 2 tablespoons vinegar
- 2 teaspoons garlic powder
- A few drops of Tabasco sauce
- Salmon ...
... and sea salt in mixing bowl. Set aside. Wash sea scallops thoroughly in cold water. Note: when washing scallops there may be a small muscle on the side of each scallop. Remove this at this time. It is simply done picking with fingers and peeling it off. No knife is necessary. If muscle is not there do not fret. Your fish monger has done the work for you. Set on clean paper towel and let excess water drain off.Start to prepare your smoker. Our method ...
... tomorrow is the start of the salmon sportfishing season, so I imagine business will start picking up soon. Charter fishing is the economy here. Ann and I came to Westport last August to go tuna fishing (about 40 miles out in the Pacific), and had a blast. We brought back 32 tuna (there’s no limit on tuna in Washington) averaging about 20 lbs each. After cleaning and getting canned or frozen we figure we had something over 230 lbs of ...