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... our rooms are good.....we get to catch the river in all its moods. And it has had a few since we arrived. No traffic on the river at the moment as the bar is closed to most shipping (except the local crab boats as the season has just started) as there is a bit of a wind gusting - 70 - 80 knots about the coast and early there was fog and now heavy rain. It has not spoiled our time here ...
... in the bay, close enough to shore that it's almost as if someone left it there meaning to come back later to position it elsewhere. It's a grand rock. No pictures, you'll have to check it out in the film. Today was a storm watcher's day, so much so that the afternoon passed in Seaside hostel's music room with horizontal rain outside and books in. Apparently people do come here just to watch the storms. It is a fairly big town, plenty ...
... Duffy's Restaurant. This place had the best freezer jam I had ever tasted in my life and, as it turned out, they sold it in pints. Of course, I bought one, and now we're having exceptional jam throughout the rest of our trip. As we were leaving, the owner (I think), picked up on my Nirvana fan traits and started talking to me about all the books he has for sale. Kurt Cobain's Uncle was a regular at this restaurant too, but unfortunately he recently ...
... Bible Study and Worship Service. We stopped for lunch in Seaside at the Bob Chisholm Community Center. The people from Skipanon Cannery prepared a lovely salmon lunch. We then went to Dave and Anji's new home in Milwaukie, Oregon to celebrate Carter's 3rd birthday. We enjoyed pasta, salad and birthday cake. It was a great ...
... connections. And we even saw some 'Twilight firewood' on sale by the side of the road.
The road turned south and we found the only accessible beaches in the Olympic Park area. We ventured down on to Ruby Beach. We weren't the only ones though. It is a holiday here this weekend (Monday 3 September is Labor Day) and we met people heading down to the beach through the trees with portable barbeques, coal ...