Twin Rocks Motel
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... space close to all the free outdoor art. Our first stop was Union Station. Now a court house, Union Station houses three large glass installations: a chandelier, a wall of flowers and what I would call a dream catcher, maybe. Everything was grandiose and amazing to look at. Right outside of the courthouse was a bridge that housed even more of his glass art. There was a "tunnel" of glass works (really just a small 50 ft part of the bridge that is covered and filled with ...
... so ticked several boxes for me on my American Experience tour. A particularly grating American hiker had checked in whilst I was reading in the lounge and I'd resolved not to meet him, but in the end it was he who stayed up latest, full of stories about his hike so far-California the destination-and life in the woods, where he lives and works on a small resort, reachable only by boat. My highlight of today was the reaction of one American. ...
... The rest stop was big, too, tree lined and with a couple of short trails to follow if you fancy. Carol stopped to share her dog, said her goodbyes and then returned, all the way over to invite us to a drum circle on Friday night, up at Seaside. A literal place name if ever there was one. Rockaway Beach is a small place, but charming, the highway opening on one side to ...
... Louie's and crab cakes. That does take a lot of shelling and cracking. Hope the same is true today. Look at our the catch! We finally met Angel, Jeff, and grandson Jason! And a fun group they are!! Lots of cracking produced more crab than we could eat. Taking some with us for Louie's on the way home. Leave in the morning for a two day drive back to Incline. Hope the smoke from all the fires have cleared ...
... knew why they were so busy. Delectable!
Today we visited Tillamook Cheese Factory. Forty years ago we toured this when it was a much smaller facility and we could get up close and personal with the cheese vats. Today, it's a major operation in a gigantic facility. We took a self-guided tour where we watched as cheddar cheese blocks came out of the aging room and were sliced into two pound blocks, then rolled down the conveyor belt to ...
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