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... is "complimentary". After all of these wonderful gastric adventures, we headed out into the wilds.
We left Portland in our rental car and decided to take route 4 through Washington, traveling down the Columbia River. I did some research and none of the 3 routes were very scenic. By taking route 4 through Washington state, we crossed the Columbia river at Astoria, Oregon.
We did see a few interesting things along the way, one of ...
The park where we camped was in the little city of Netart. We walked the city and had lunch at a cafe' where local artists had displays. Then off to the Tillamook Cheese Factory. We sampled the cheese but Craigers loved the petting zoo! Ocean City was just down ...
... there is a demand for that. Maybe scantily clad women could provide other services like banking or oil changes. I saw Mt. St. Helens in the distance, thanks to the strangely cloudless day. Usually, on this side of the Cascade Mountains there are constant clouds and fog and drizzle, but today it was clear. So I could easily see St. Helens, covered in snow with a noticable stream if white steam coming out the top. Thus is the volcano that erupted famously ...
... if in the afternoon
you can hardly turn around it is sooooooooooooo busy.
They have lots of Cheese to choose from and at Tillamook Ice Cream!!!
Thankfully we are not to fond of ice cream, so did not have to worry about that.
Camped at Netarts it is on the coast and had a lovely walk. It is 6 miles west of Tillamook.
... poured over to a lower level and areas where water collected. Oddly enough, people brought their chairs and sat in the edge of the water, while children, and some adults, played in the deeper areas. As we sat and watched, we thought this was unusual that people would be allowed to swim or wade in the fountain. I think they failed to see the sign that said “NO swimming or wading in the water!”
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