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... we went to a brewery on the waterfront called Buoys Beer. They have a glass panel in the floor so you can watch the sea lions. They're loud and they smell awful but it was so cool! Apparently there's over 1000 of them that live in the bay - but they destroy everything so the locals don't like them. I think they're cute though! We also walked up Astoria Column. Similar to the Coit Tower in San Francisco but a lot ...
... It was like a day at food Disneyland. Crowds, oh yeah. They had windows into the cheese factory but not much going on Saturday. We got cheese samples. They had multiple lines for ice cream. We each had a three flavor sample, thinking it would be small portions. Not so, they were full size scoops. This was about the same price as single scoop of Ben and Jerry. GOOD STUFF. They also had a store section where people were ...
... worth walking, rollerblading or cycling. It starts at the north end of Long Beach and is a (mostly) paved path that allows you to travel south to Beard's Hollow, then east to Ilwaco. Besides endless views of the sea and sky, there are several monuments by the trail erected to commemorate Lewis and Clark's visit to the area including a ...
... passengers. Drivers... keep your eyes on the steering wheel. It's a long way down from this bridge!!!!
It is mecca for all GOONIES fans. If you haven't seen The Goonies, then you are missing out on wholesome family entertainment. It was filmed here. Better yet, watch the movie and then check out the photos on my blog. There are a few iconic locations that cannot be missed. From the famous Clatsop County Jail to The Walsh's house, where ...
... then headed back on the road.
The next bit of highway took us back across the Columbia again - anyone counting how many times so far? Then we got on to a windy, fairly narrow road with tons of traffic on it. Not too many places to pull over to let people pass so it was kind of nerve-wracking. Lots of up and down, big long hills...fortunately there were passing lanes. Roy didn't much enjoy the drive today up to this point and then it got worse! Once we got to ...