Pacific City Inn
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... up for a SCUBA course en route, which was on sale for $180. I'm pretty excited to get my SCUBA license to dive in Galapagos and Fernando De Noronha.
I had several stops on the way to Tillamook. My first stop was Astoria Oregon. I have always wanted to come here. It is a quiet town that has a bit of character to it. It is on a delta of the Colombia River with a population of about 10,000. The biggest reason I came to this town was ...
... 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 ...
... Jackie has crab ravioli we round the evening off with a few beers at Kelleys place and I have a Makers Mark Bourbon it's very cheap to drink in this area we then head off over the road to our hotel tired and contented once more after another excellent day
So begins another day in this beautiful place and today we drive north to Oswald West state Park but there is only one parking lot albeit it a quite large one but it is quite full because of ...
... I was born, blowing off half its top and destroying the country below. It also erupted less famously the year my son was born. Rainier was napping, but St. Helens was wide awake. I wanted to get more than a passing glance from I-5. After all, the weather was perfect. My GPS research concluded there was a valley with a road offering unblocked views right up to the caldera. In fact the state built a VC on a lakeside only 5 miles up this road. We got lunch ...
... 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!