Ocean Park Resort
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... then hit the road north towards Raymond Washington. The US101 coastline road was great. The paving was a little rough in spots but overall lots of fun, curvy and cool. There were a few times the road went inland through farm country with cattle, horses, lakes and rivers... but always beautiful.
Lori Hoyle (she and her husband Dave are avid long distance riders) commented on The ONE Ride Facebook page that we had to stop at ...
... get there by boat. That wasn't apparent from the map - for some reason.
We drove up the Willapa Peninsula looking for another set of trails nearer to the beach and started out on the bay side of the peninsula and walked across to the oceanside making a big loop on the Bearberry Trail. Only one problem....when we were on the trail in the woods - the mosquitoes were absolutely horrible - the worst ...
... full to the gunnels with old historic brick a brac. Duffy's owner is quite a collector. I will make a point to stop again for a longer look. Interesting old photos in a gallery next door. This place is cloudy and misty most of the year. If you come down don't be suprise if it is raining. I was very fortunate with the weather and the light.
I drove back toward the Columbia River. I drove ...
... I'm on to a hotel in Forks tomorrow night! I can't believe I only have two more days of driving and then I'm in Seattle! In some ways this trip has gone by really fast, and in others I feel like I've been on the road for weeks. San Diego seems like an eternity ago. But when I think back to each spot, I have such fond and happy memories! This has been so fun!
Oh and (this is really depressing so brace yourselves) I missed my chance for In N Out...AHHH it's so ...
... br> “Just what she needed!” exclaimed
our Brit acquaintance referring to a man with 3 muffins on one plate,
and a stack of pancakes on another, topped with a mound of sweet
berries & syrup.
We turned around and we saw a 300+ lbs+
man, five feet tall wobbling side to side struggling to get to his
“I swear, if my tailor friend offered
to make a suit for him, it would require fifty yards of ...