Terimore Lodging By The Sea
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a herd elk that I spotted up a valley in the middle of nowhere. They were about 1000 meters up the valley and I was surprised that I not only spotted them, but knew what they were from that distance. I had never seen elk in the wild before. We were able to drive a small road up the valley to a few hundred yards from them.
Laurie also was fascinated with the trees and fauna of the area. There are ferns everywhere, and moss and lichens cover ...
... 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!
... 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 ...
... to do in Portland, one suggestion was a doughnut shop called VooDoo doughnuts. Taking our portable GPS, we walked almost a mile down the main streets to get to the unique store. There you could get doughnuts topped with bacon, fruit loops, Oreos, peanut butter, etc. We chose M&M, Oreo/peanut butter, and an apple fritter. We took them with us and stopped halfway back to the camper to enjoy a bite of our treats in one of the city parks. I ...
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 ...