Pacific City Inn
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... and the peppercorn one you sometimes buy from the deli (a real deli) and then leave half of it to go mouldy. The viewing platform revealed the cheese equivalent of Willy Wonka's and what was happening to all of those off-cuts? On leaving the factory, the rain was lashing down and the decision was made to get to Tillamook centre and catch a bus to Lincoln City. Bikes rattling around on the front again - yikes! ...
... back up to park.
We have posted a number of photos we got on the beach that day of a Peregrine Falcon – didn’t know it was a falcon but questioned my sister-in-law, Bev, about it and why it was eating a bird of the same kind. She volunteers with the Raptor Society in Grass Valley and has become very knowledge of these raptors. This is what she told us of this Falcon—"OMG!!!!! This is the most amazing ...
... few gallons of beer would cure me. As we ordered, waitress said, "sorry but we had more people than expected and we ran out of beef". WHAT---where's the beef?????. Good news is that the little berg of Tillamook has a DENNY'S. Yes, a REAL honest to goodness Dennys. Great way to end an otherwise 'problem riddled' day, especially when I had a wee touch of Fireball before a dozen pain pills as I fell into bed.
Next day my ribs were KILLING ...
... We can barely close the trunk with all the wet stuff neatly disorganized in its spot in the car.
But hey we're camping on the Oregon coast so a little (or a lot) of wet stuff is not going to stop this party!
Even though a dry hotel room and someone serving us dinner for one or two nights sounds pretty enticing right now, we will keep on keeping on and see where we end up!
... early 1900s between St. Paul Minnesota and Astoria. We spoke with a tour guide from the hill who pointed out features of the area that we could see, but there was much we couldn’t see because the fog covered the mountains around us. There were a lot of large ships anchored in the mouth of the Columbia River waiting to go up river but ships are not moving because of the pending storm along the coast. We visited the Columbia ...