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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... story behind the vehicle. There was one Model T Speedster, originally a truck, that was built by a 65 year old woman all by herself, except for paint and upholstery. They showed a picture of her driving the car with her twin sister as passenger when they were 75 years old. She was only 4'10" tall!
After viewing the museum, we went outside to see what kind of crowd had gathered and the cars were beginning to arrive. There was ...
... 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 ...
A day with BB and Norm driving the Pacific Ocean Scenic Byway, Highway 101, from Lincoln City to Tillamook Oregon. Our first stop was Neskowin, one of the cutest villages we have ever seen. There is no town center, just a small village of adorable homes. Almost every house was individualized with local decor and many have lovely flower-filled yards. "The town ...
... 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 ...
... font-size: 12px; line-height: normal; ">As we sailed everyone kept a lookout for spouts. A grey spouts in threes, each separated by about 45 seconds, before diving a few hundred yards for about 3 minutes. The spout is about ten feet high. We saw nothing. We never went far from the shore. The captain said the whales swim close to shore catching tiny shrimp in their baleen. The foamy water around shore was evidence of the phytoplankton that they shrmp ...