Grayland Motel and Cottages
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For some reason, defined only by some cosmic being in another universe, we seem to stubble into major events, unwittingly. We did it in Pendleton, Oregon TWICE when the annual Roundup is there. So here we are chasing around trying to find a spot to stay with everything booked. Apparently this is not to be missed if you're into hot rods, antique restorations, eye-popping rides, ...
... 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.
... it cleared up and was beautiful. Go figure.
Dan and Danny came down for a couple of days, and we always have fun with them because they're so full of life. So we rode bikes, hiked on the beach, dug in the sand, flew kites, sat around a huge campfire, etc. Dan's trailer is perfect for them and now that all the equipment was replaced and is new, it works great.
... unremarkable, as far as port cities go. I took a few pictures, that you can look at. South Bend was a little more interesting, with its Worlds Largest Oyster exhibit. The prettiest part of the trip were the conservation lands just South of South Bend. The wetlands were striking in comparison to the dense rainforest a we had just traversed. Wetlands that stretched for miles teeming ...
The Surf Shop was in full swing upon arrival less than an after after opening. While waiting our turn, I struck up a conversation with a family who were on vacation from Tacoma. Asking if they would transport our rental board in their truck turned out better than expected. Not only did they take our board, they helped us clean and transport our dirty wetsuit and and back! The waves were endless at the Westport Light State Park beach. Though a thick fog coated the sky, our spirits were ...