Ocean Shores Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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.
... catastrophes in the boat crossing. But even we weren't unscathed - the Tufie fell in trying to push us off the bank (chuckle, chuckle)
Weather was interesting; some morning it was so foggy you couldn't see anything at all, but by mid morning or noon, the sun was out and the day bright blue. A few days it the monsoons appeared, and it really came down, but again, ...
... flora and fauna. The pictures I took don't begin to do the land justice. As evening approached, we arrived at our destination, Bruceport Park. It offered lovely accommodations on a bluff overlooking the Willapa Bay. While setting up our hammocks, we had the pleasure of watching an intensely deep blue sunset spread into the Bay in the space between towering conifers grabbing onto the bluff's ...
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 ...
... and that we should get in on the action. Not having boards, we quickly dismissed this notion, however. On our way into the harbor, low and behold, we passed a surf shop. Not only did they rent boards and gear, they also did it at a price Kevin and I can afford. We found out they would open at 10 the next morning and decided to try our hand at surfing the following day after checking out the beaches and marina. The beachfront was more than we could have asked ...