The Edgecliff Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... story behind the vehicle. There was one Model T Speedster, originally a truck, that was built by a 65 year old woman all by herself, except for paint and upholstery. They showed a picture of her driving the car with her twin sister as passenger when they were 75 years old. She was only 4'10" tall!
After viewing the museum, we went outside to see what kind of crowd had gathered and the cars were beginning to arrive. There was ...
... was driving. Just before cresting the summit there was a small sign which said "Brake Check Area Ahead". Nice notice, no urgency such as "Trucks MUST Check Brakes" ... but something about it made me sit up. At the same time as we came to the Brake Check Area which was a small pullout that would hold only four or five trucks or other rigs (nothing like the Brake Check Areas I was used to seeing) there were a couple of other regular size warning signs ...
... of Seattle. After Seattle burned down in the 1800's, they rebuilt the town on top of the old. Very interesting seeing the buildings windows, doors, and sidewalks underground. We then spent some time wandering around the Pike Place Market and, of course, we had to stand in line at the very first Starbucks store. Sa**************ed to Astoria, Oregon, and climbed the column and visited Fort ...
The Oregon coast is my favorite coast.
In the summer time, the cool ocean air hits the warm land and condenses creating an eerie fog that engulfs the coast and blocks out the sun. The wind pushes you down the beach and sand blasts your face forcing you to bundle up in the brisk temperatures and preventing ...
... learned to play Canasta (card nasty if you struggled with the rules) and when I attempted to teach the card game I thought I knew, it got weirder and weirder. Wait, high score wins, no it's low score, yes you subtract the cards in your hand from those you have laid down, no wait you score zero if you go out first and everyone is punished by subtracting their hand from those laid down, wait let's go back ...