Pacific City Inn
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... 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 ...
... lightship is part of the museum and you can tour the ship with your museum admission.
This boat washed up near Long Beach, WA in 2013 and was traced back to its owner, a Japanese fisherman who saw it washed away by the tsunami in 2011. He donated the boat to the museum.
On the drive home along the river, I was joined by hundreds of bicycles from the annual, 200-mile Seattle to Portland ride. This is one ...
... pulling over in Seaside for a stretch and a snack.
The difference in weather out in this exposed land is immediately shocking. Though sunny and cloudless, it’s very windy and much cooler than it is inland.
We cruise down the strip passing shops of all sorts, arcades, and fancier restaurants than we can afford. We settle on pizza for the kids and some Vietnamese for us. After lunch, an older man on the corner tempts us with samples of ...
... 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!
... 192ft high, and 296 ft wide. It covers over 7 acres; an area of six football fields. Inside they have 30+ planes from the past along with the exhibits describing the history of the airbase. There were 2 large air ship hangars when the base was built and after WWII the government sold the base to the town. Since then the hangars have been used for lumbering and storage. When the lumber industry collapsed in the 1970s ...