Terimore Lodging By The Sea
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is "complimentary". After all of these wonderful gastric adventures, we headed out into the wilds.
We left Portland in our rental car and decided to take route 4 through Washington, traveling down the Columbia River. I did some research and none of the 3 routes were very scenic. By taking route 4 through Washington state, we crossed the Columbia river at Astoria, Oregon.
We did see a few interesting things along the way, one of ...
... 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!
... the road shoulder on the side of the mountain are supported by a rock wall. Wow.
We decided to stay at Cape Lookout, a state park on the coast, for the next two days until this storm passes. Hopefully the rain stops and we can do some hiking. Either way we will be going into Tillamook, a nearby town, to see the local attractions tomorrow.
Driven in: Oregon
Travelled today: 149 km
Travelled to date: 8515 ...
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 ...
Heard pounding rain and high winds in the middle of the night but was delighted to wake up to blue skies and sunshine and very little wind. Quick breakfast and then Roy unhooked everything while I made sure the insides were all secure. Hooked up the toad and we were on the road by ten. Made a short stop to put some air in the tires then headed for the Oregon Coast.
The drive over the Astoria Bridge was much less white-knuckled with hardly any wind. ...