Sundowner Motor Inn of Seaside
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... We needed to get something to eat, so pulled off the highway to some hick town where at least there was a Subway to ease the hunger pains.
Our hosts had suggested we call them when we arrived in Naselle, but cell phone coverage wasn't working here. Thank goodness the public library was open, and a very helpful lady showed us where there was a free telephone.
Directions out to the farm were fun, but there was ...
... I went unexpectedly airborn. I knew the front wheel was in the air but when I heard the engine suddenly surge I knew the rear tire was off the ground too. No problems but an unexpected adrenaline rush!
Further towards the top of this road it gets narrow with no shoulder and a 1,000 foot drop is about a foot of gravel away from the edge of the road! A bit un settling as the motorcycle provides an unencumbered view of ...
... every thought every word.
After blessing Creator for things small and large, easy and difficult, comfortable and uncertain, I made my way slowly and happily back to the hostel for a collaborative fresh tuna dinner with Levi. We shared a bit with Laurel - a Hawaiian mother and wife with incredible faith in Christ Jesus, sincere Love, enthusiastic encouragement, and a giving heart. Laurel was assisting her friend, 88 year old Pearl Harbor veteran, on his ...
... one lane while cars and trucks (and campers) squeezed by in one and a half lane and a shoulder. Talk about inches of clearance. Jim did a great job holding us in just the right space. After the bridge, we climbed a great hill to the other side of the river basin. These are still the Cascade Mountains so the reminder of the trip was a series of ups and downs some steeper than others, but the highest point on the road through the "mountains" was 500 ...
... on Thursday afternoon and set our sights south. Alli had been doing some looking around online and had found a place inland, a little east of Eugene. It was a reservoir named Cougar Lake, and just next to the campsite there were some thermal hot springs. Seemed like an ideal destination for a weekend away, the weather forecast was looking up, and so we hit the road - in the pouring rain.
Due to Cougar Lake being a good few hours drive away, and ...