Rodeway Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I have ever experienced! CS was not able to tolerate my slow pace (since I was disabled by my broken wrist) so she forged ahead. Brenda very solicitously kept yelling back that they were on the trail ahead of me....then I am not sure whether she stopped yelling back or they were too far ahead of me to hear. I was a bit disgruntled until I decided I would have to go at my own pace or I would trip and ...
... the equator and North Pole. We pass Three Rocks which we can see. We venture down Three Capes Loop where we find some of the cows that provide milk for the large creameries in the area. Ed sees a buck deer walk through a yard as if he lived there. We came across a black rabbit as we wait in traffic. We came across a flat land with the tide out and MANY people clamming. The Schooner Restaurant looks good for lunch. They ...
... of wide open flat sandy beach. So popular is this activity that the beach is actually considered a Washington state highway, with a 25 mph speed limit and number of access points along the peninsula. The water off the coast is cold and the rough waves, dangerous currents and riptides do not make it a good swimming beach (with the exception ...
... they weren't very friendly anyway) Us Canadians hit it off quite nicely. In our little Canuck group we have 3 Math teachers, machine/crane operator from the logging industry, stay at home mom & P&I. We've had some interesting conversations. I think I've convinced the whole table that we should have one dinner at the Pinnacle Grill during our cruise. It will be interesting to see if we get 2 more guests at our table ...
It was a rather long and tense drive today. Started from just outside Portland and headed north BACK over the Columbia River - back into Washington. It was VERY windy - felt like we were going to blow off the bridge! And it was a long bridge - about two miles to get across. Good thing it was a three lane highway. Once across the bridge, the wind died down and we were good as we traveled north to Longview. Had a beautiful view of Mt St Helen's (at least I think that is what it ...