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... units....the front desk staff say that summer is incredibly busy but the area was pretty deserted now. Since we had a certificate as part of the Groupon we ate at Tom's Fish and Chips and although it was very simple the food was very good and the people very friendly. We walked around Cannon Beach but it was very deserted. Had a cookie in the office and tried the pub next door?.not remarkable at ...
... in the US. I hope I am broken for the UK's grumpiness (or so it seems from here) now, freely calling hello to strangers and freaking Londoners out by looking them in the eye. I have always done that, but normally settle into avoiding it once a few have looked shiftily away; it would be nice to be oblivious. For the greater good, of course. On to Seaside, via Cannon Beach. The latter is smaller and quainter, plus it has the rock ...
... evening giggling in an Econolodge motel room until we all passed out from our long day of driving.
Tuesday morning, my brother and I were the first ones to wake (this is seeming to be a common occurrence - maybe it's genetic or we have some telepathic connection where we just know it's time to have brother/sister hang out time). We woke up Fergie and Michelle so we could go find breakfast before we had to check out. We ended up at a ...
... 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 ...
... in. But the sun was shinning and it was so nice an warm. We walked down to Haystack Rock, and then back. We sat in the sand for a while soaking in the sun, watching people and relaxing. Then we headed into the little town. We walked in some of the shops. And then into Bruce’s Candy Shop. Gabe remembered it from when he was a child. We bought some sour-patch kids, and a couple of delicious chocolates. We ate one as we ...