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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Got some great pastries at Pacific Way bakery in Gearhart and then drove straight to Cannon Beach. Haystack Rock is just off the shore of the beach and is a classic symbol of Oregon. Very foggy in the mornings here as the ocean temperature is so much colder than the land, then it clears as the day goes on. Stopped off at Manzanita beach, quiet with …
... is the largest free span wood building in the world...and trust me, it's HUGE. There used to be two hangers, but one burned down. It must have been a hell of a fire.
The blimp hanger is now an air museum. Yes, I'm a big fan of old airplanes. I love to study them, but to be honest, I was much more fascinated with the building. I have constructed buildings my entire life....and really wanted to see the inside of this place. We arrived at the hanger ...
... pointed us to a state park down the road who they thought had pay showers for non campers. We drove to the park hoping to avoid paying any fee for the showers and just having to plug them with quarters. Lucky for us the ranger and host on duty were busy and we were able to pass by without stopping. We quickly found the showers and headed in, bingo! no quarters necessary. We both enjoyed free hot showers and then made our escape. Once again luck was on our side, the ...
... We are determined to stay warm. I took Henry down to the beach for a quick play but the wind was unrelenting and I didn't want him getting sick again. It sounds as though he's having a quiet play in the tent trailer. His little stories that he tells himself are funny. He's certainly learning about self-play these days. He's been really good to Penny on this trip, giving her toys, hugs, holding her hand, and making a genuine effort to cheer ...
... Jonas in front of the Goonies rocks, and ate our favorite lunch of PB&J bagels by the sea.
We carried on south, finally stopping at Cape Perpetua. There was an awesome campsite that we nicknamed "The Gnome Home" because it was sort of hidden down in the lush forest and backed up to a massive fallen tree. Home sweet home for a few nights.
The next day we spent the morning hiking down to the beach and poking around the tidepools. Giant green anemones, purple ...