Whistling Winds Motel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... quite unseasonable. Once in a while the wind comes up and you instantly know you are not in the southern climes! Only a couple of hundred miles from home now so will end the trip in the next few days. It has been a wonderful trip. Assuming the last few miles will be without incident the truck and trailer have performed well with only minor hiccups. Duke has stayed loyal, probably has something to do with regular meals and exercise (ball or ...
... awesome view of the Pacific Ocean. So beautiful. How could you ever get tired of that view. Found a lighthouse at Cape Mears, ice cream in Tillamook (the Cheese town), and lots of cheese at The Blue Heron and Tillamook Cheese Factory. A stop to step in the Pacific Ocean (it was cold). Dinner at Cafe Hawk Creek in Neskowin on our return trip back to the campground. ...
... 6-8% steep grades! It was a scenic byway and I see why though, very pretty!
One night we stayed at an Oregon state park called Clyde Holliday State Park. It's a small campground with perfectly manicured sites.
The Clyde Holliday State Park is "first come, first served" and when we first arrived I went walking around the campground to choose our evening site, before moving the motorhome in. I chose what ...
... of this after a few snickers at our incorrect pronunciation, Will-A-Met…sort of like calling the south end of Broadway in Nashville Broadway rather than saying South Broad. Folks IMMEDIATELY know you are not from those parts.) I won’t even attempt to go into how they pronounce Lafayette.
The Valley is about40 to 50 miles wide and 100 miles long going from Eugene, Oregon to Portland, Oregon. The largest percentage of Oregon’s ...
Our research into the Oregon part of our trip was effectively zero, apart from knowing we wanted to go to Crater Lake and Oregon Caves. It came as a great boom therefore to discover how fantastic the coast is.
We crossed over into Oregon on the impressive Astoria bridge. It was to be one of the many attractive bridges we would cross.
Next stop was at Cannon Beach, where we took a long walk at lowtide towards Ecola State ...