Whistling Winds Motel
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... unfortunately it didn't appear to have seen a train for a number of years. Not quite Hollywood but there was a giant white G on the hillside when leaving the little port of Garibaldi. As with most places we pass through, the inhabitants seem very proud of their towns. And for some reason most of them have the pharmacy next door to the liquor store, or combined. Guess if you're paying $250 for a prescription, you ...
... and it was really relaxing. Immediately after was a ukulele class
where they actually give out 20 ukuleles, just to use for the class, and they
teach passengers in a series of four classes. I think that is awesome that they
offer these activities.
The last cruise staff event was working another Captains Cocktail event. This
was different than the first one of the week because this is for elite
passengers who have cruised with Princess before so it ...
... 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 ...
... streets are sidewalks". We walked their beautiful secluded beach cove, with a great view of Proposal Rock. Breakfast was in Pacific City - the guys had Roger's favorite of chicken fried steak (so healthy), with eggs. The little local restaurant was next to The Dapper Fog, a wonderful glass shop. BB bought a wobble chicken - too hard to describe. Soon we saw ...
... 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 ...