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Hazelnut capital of the U.S., Cranberry Capital of the West Coast, and at least two coffee shops on every street, beautiful beaches, mountains, forests, and rivers, Oregon has been amazing. I know I keep telling you that each place we visit is more beautiful than the last. And I've completely exhausted the words beautiful, stunning, and awesome. But, in Oregon's case they're all perfectly fitting. The rain forests here are terrific and we've had some great ...
... bags of stuff. There were some products that would go with cheese and snack foods. We needed slices. They sell this cheese at some groceries in Tenn. and at Costco, according to Frank.
Guess what, this country is covered with berries! They are still blooming and some ripening. We saw the first corn for some days. To feed the cows, I guess. Some of the seaside towns are crowded. Seaside does not necessarily mean you can ...
... Now we know why. We would never have made it over with the trailer. We found later it’s a hard pull for the truck alone. We passed Astoria High School. In the river across was a PE class practicing kayaking and canoe. When people live on the water, they need to learn early. ☺
The campground, Lewis & Clark RV Park, is new and very nice with very large spaces. We got personal assistance by both owners to get parked ...
... of a tree on which Lewis and Clark carved their name, a basalt column, and a statue of Lewis and a sturgeon.
The popular Long Beach Boardwalk stretches for almost half a mile. Offering great views and educational displays, the boardwalk is a short walk from downtown Long Beach.
2) Visit the peninsula's many small towns. There ...
... WA, we had to cross the river yet one more time. This river is enormous. It has to be twenty miles across at some points. In Astoria there is a bridge that crosses back into Washington at a narrower part.
Built in 1966, the Astoria Bridge is 4.1 miles long. It has the longest truss span in the USA - 1232 feet - and is believed to be the longest continuous 3-span series bridge in the world. It joins Oregon and Washington across the Columbia. Driving across was ...
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