Grayland Motel and Cottages
Travel Blogs from Grayland
Well, stop one is complete! We arrived at pacific beach state park around 2pm yesterday, got some more layers of clothes on and went for a walk along the beach (see pictures). Around 3:30 we decided we had better set up camp before it got dark. Employing some good old teamwork, we set up the tent, pumped up the air mattress (I actually can't take credit ...
... br> welcome change. They are fun and have really taught us a lot in just
a few days. Their Zumba routine is known to have “whacked out”
everybody who participated. Their Tahitian moves and dances are so
graceful and can make any frigid man or women come alive (arise??)!
If only our friend Marcelle could see their hips move, oh la la, what
fun she would have, even if only in her dreams...
... the usual red and white velvet attire and black booties and big
boobs. Yes, the Santa was a female, after all, most of us came from
politically correct countries. So, there's really nothing wrong with
that especially if coming from my husband who likes boobies. Aside
from boobs, I mean, Santa, several HAL dancers were dressed -up in
elves costumes. Together with the all the kids, they sang carols and
danced on stage. There were candy canes, hot ...
Originally we were only going to stay in Long Beach for one night, but our plans changed due to the weather. Our first 2 nights were supposed to be camping, but stayed at the Adrift Hotel for 3 nights instead and were sure glad that we did as it was windy and rainy. The days were pretty good and we were able to get out for walks, bike riding and horseback riding. The nights were very cold and wet so we were glad to be in a hotel rather than our ...
... the monster!
We drove to Merriman Falls and into the valley with beautiful homes dotting the area. Along the road we saw signs that said, “No more wilderness, no national park expansion” and “Working Families =Working Forests”. Evidently it boils down to logging issues. Private landowners contract with logging companies and there’s a big economic impact. No logging is permitted on state lands ...