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... 8217;s also a Maritime Museum which Reg found very interesting. all in all we had a very enjoyable afternoon. My feet were springeing by the time we got back to the motel. Sylvia never mentioned that we found a record shop that had a big selection of vinyl, loads of incense, bubble pipes etc ( If we’d asked we could have probably bought some pot!!!) Dinner was had at Stephanies. Sylvia had her ...
... There were lots of Arts and Crafts stands open yet. Lisa and reach each bought sweatshirts that they had been eyeing through the summer. Lynn came home "unscathed." I took pictures. We did go into the Mermaid Queen's shop and got our pictures taken by the gal there. We were in the "cave" for one and outside for the other. A cool shop it was.
We went to Sid's Market and picked up a few items and then drove back ...
... Lewis and Clark. Bridges, rivers, counties, towns - everything it seems is named after one or both of them, so it makes navigation a little challenging since so many things have Lewis and Clark in the name. We managed however!
On a personal note, Sacagawea had a baby boy while on the expedition, and his name was Jean Baptiste Charbonneau. Any relation????
On the way home, we saw lots of ship traffic on ...
... us pushing we moved it all of about 18 inches through the soft sand.
Then a couple in a four wheel drive truck came by and towed the car out. The older man tried to pay us all, but we refused. Just neighbors helping neighbors.
The beach is nearly deserted in early June on a weekday, so it was very peaceful, just sitting on the porch watching the waves come in. We saw a bald eagle perched on an old snag, perhaps a hundred ...
... sunny, and dry. The Dalles was so dry that a forest fire was burning slowly on a hill overlooking the city. We drove to Bonneville Dam, but security seemed too tight to bother
getting a claw look so we settled for the Bonneville Fish Hatchery at Andrew's insistence.