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... my wrist again and further damage it. So I took my time and finally caught up with them on the dune just before the beach. the beach was hazy with overcast but there were lots of discoveries to be made: shells, bubbles, feathers, jellyfish - tons of them but I couldn't get a decent photo despite probably taking at least 2 dozen of them. Then there was a log with barnacles that we just had to take a ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... of course, with Lisa coming in second place. If I were a horse, it would have been a “Show” for me. It wasn’t too bad, but just barely bad enough.
It’s a nice quiet campground with mostly folks who stay here for the whole summer. At the height of salmon season, it’s full. We have a nice level site in the mid-field. There are several towering trees, which provide great shade. The heat was ...
... 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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