Webb's Scenic Surf Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... moved onto Indian Beach which was a protected cove so we could strip down to the bathers and relax in the sun. It was a perfect temperature to lay in and felt good to be back by the coast again. Dan even tried to go for a swim but didn't get much further than ankle deep as it was freezing!
We stayed for a couple of hours then had to head off to do some very exciting laundry before the sun was due to set and we wanted a front row seat on the beach for that. Across ...
... last night might have given her food poisoning. Sad for them that they were going to miss today of all days. Cudos to The Wayside Inn who did their laundry and cleaned their room for them. Wish they had eaten with us at "The Stephanie Inn" as maybe this might have not happened but who knows. It might have even been a virus brought up from Texas hiding in their minivan amongst all our tripods they ...
... a cow moo-ing by projected through a loud speaker on car driving round the village. Eventually an announcement explains that this is the regular test for the tsunami warning system. (The moo-ing continues followed by the repeated announcement.) The next day we discover that this happens EVERY MORNING. I loved the logic that bovine sounds were the most calming and least panic inducing ...
... our way to highway 101 and the coast. It was a lovely drive and the sun came out as we neared the river. A brief two weeks ago we spent some wonderful time at the Columbia River on the Oregon side, now as we approach the point where the Columbia River pours into the Pacific it is a monster. Easily 4 miles wide, the Megler/Astoria Bridge is a work of engineering artistry. We pass huge barges underneath as if they were toy boats in a bathtub. I ...
... the Sitka Spruce and did a little Geo Caching. The Sitka Spruce is believe to be the oldest living thing in Oregon. It was struck by lightning 50 years ago and in 2007 it was knocked down by hurricane force winds. You can see the large lightning scar on the trunk.
After a fun filled day on the coast, we headed into Portland to spend the rest of our weekend at the beautiful home of the L'Hommedieus. ...