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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... on to the beach. The Pacific Ocean the same ocean we share at the mighty Rakaia Huts. We left the Neal Family after lunch and headed off up the coast to Newport to the Aquarium. It was a lovely drive and an interesting walk around the aquarium. We met up again with the Neal's and had dinner at a really cool Brewery. It was homeward bound after that. A fabulous day on the ...
... Ahead" then "Steep Hill Head - 9% Grade for 9 Miles". At this point we were on the beginning slope and picking up speed in spite of gearing down a bit. Barb had not done many hills so we found a very narrow shoulder and she passed the driving over to me. The hill actually went 14 miles, the first 9 miles at 9% grade, the last 5 miles at 5% grade, no level spots and no emergency pullouts. It was stressful but we made it to the bottom with only the ...
... I door exhibit area had changed dramatically. Most of the usual tanks were gone and the entire area was geared to young children. The only thing Kady and I found interesting were the sea horses. Kady really wanted to see the sharks, so we headed over to Passages of the Deep. She hardly looked at the first few underwater habitats, but made a bee-line for the ...
... and Clark's fort). On Sunday we visited Calvary Corvallis church. Their church services are conducted outside in an ampitheater (if weather permits) during the "summer" months. Afterward, they invited us to their BBQ lunch and met some really great people. My mom and aunt (Joanne Good) then joined us in Lincoln City at an RV Park. They are staying in a cabin and we are just across the street in ...
... self-guided tour of the historical part of town. After getting to the parking lot, we were uneasy about the parking situation as there were no designated RV sites and the lady had indicated that it wouldn’t be that hard to get a ticket from Salem’s finest. We debated about taking a chance but decided to just head on out. We never did see signs indicating RV parking anywhere, which made it a little difficult for us. Salem, the Capitol of Oregon, is ...