Terimore Lodging By The Sea
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... and it was really relaxing. Immediately after was a ukulele class
where they actually give out 20 ukuleles, just to use for the class, and they
teach passengers in a series of four classes. I think that is awesome that they
offer these activities.
The last cruise staff event was working another Captains Cocktail event. This
was different than the first one of the week because this is for elite
passengers who have cruised with Princess before so it ...
... from the campground so we had to visit. The tunnel through the rock was fascinating. The houses are on the hill above the beach. The high temperature for the day was 61* and most of the folks here were in shorts and T shirts. Notice our coats and sweatshirts!
... Latimer Quilt and Textile Center, apparently a mecca to quilters throughout the Northwest. This was a museum with several examples of historic and present day needlework and tools, everything imaginable from quilts to doll clothes to embroidery to woven articles. We then went to the Tillamook Air Museum, this was one of the homes of the US air ships. What an interesting place. It is so large it's hard to picture, it is ...
... a little and he had cut it back to 25+ per day for a few days!!! We wished him well and were on our way yet again…sort of.
We pulled down the street about a mile to Fred Myers to take on fuel. As we drove past the Ashley Inn Motel, we saw that they have RV parking in the rear of their building. After fueling up, we drove back there and went in to see what was what. It turned out that for $19/night we got water and electric ...
Today began with a little sunshine and some clouds but rain was in the forecast...hmmm seems to be a recurring theme.
After coffee and computer in bed and a relaxed breakfast, we headed off down the road to do the Three Capes Loop in the toad. First stop was Oceanside, about two miles north of here, with quick stop to take some pictures of the magnificent view. We drove into the tiny town, which was an interesting contrast of shabby beach houses on ...