Webb's Scenic Surf Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... relax. On a small side note here, by this time Carla and I have passed on the news to everyone about her pregnancy. This small but significant change to our travel situation meant that I found myself sitting on a sand dune eating a cottage cheese, tomatoe and cucumber sandwich (on whole wheat of course ) instead of the the usual cheeseburger and fries. All due to Carla's new diet. I think this was just about my first introduction to cottage cheese and I ...
... Carol) and the other from California (John and Teri). It was a joyous reunion and our relationship picked up right where it left off. Starvation sent us looking for food and we ended up at a charming place called the Icon Grill where plenty of decorative glass was on display made by Chihuly's first intern. After catching up during dinner conversation, we headed to the Chihuly Garden and Glass and Seattle's Space ...
... lighthouse and stands 38 feet atop Cape Meares and 217 feet above the ocean. The light was a first order eight-sided Fresnel lens and could be seen more than 21 miles away. We arrived in time to have an informative tour before the lighthouse closed for the day at 4:00pm. Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint is a prime location for whale ...
... Shoshone interpreter. Thank you Sacagawea for pointing these men in the right direction! A replica of the Fort is present on the grounds but the beauty of this area is the massive trees and lush ferns everywhere.
Have you ever heard of the Peter Iredale ship? Nor had we. This century-old English ...
... ve only seen one star fish on the beach, so this was really cool. Even Harlan was amazed at what we were seeing. Growing on the sides of the rocks were gooseneck barnacles that undulated in and out when you touched them along with thousands of mussels and black clams.
We explored a cave, which isn’t one of my favorite things to do, but there were two large tree stumps that had been wedged into the cave ...