Shilo Inn Suites - Ocean Shores
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Ocean Shores
... great and we hiked back into the forest to see the moss loop and saw very big sitka, junipers and douglas firs that are quite large. We took great pictures, but only with the phone and I can't put them on the blog. So sorry about that. We were out by the Pacific Ocean and the wind blew hard and the fog came in. 2 jackets on --- that's how cold it was ...
... stop. We are so happy we finally got to go camping with our California cousins and plan on doing more of it now that we have more available time. Feeling Blessed to share this time with family and new friends. Pictures of the hot springs pools, sol duc falls walk, and last night in camp together. The video is of the stream and forest sounds on the way to the falls. There's something about friends and family dumping together at the end of our time ...
... the dog-shaped kite named bowser who we borrowed from Emmys son six year old son Blaine, but got caught in the rain and had him returning to the car soaking wet. We stayed in one of the condos which adorned our first night in luxury. Dinner was barbecued on our patio grill and the night was spent relaxing and watching some TV which felt like the first time in months. Our trip is underway and with so much to look forward to, we're approaching it one day at a ...
... that was all Curtis' upper body strength), and got the bed all made before sundown (we even had time to take another stroll as watch the sunrise-see pics). After a night of adding many layers of clothing to stay warm, we were up early, dismantled our site and hit the road! Off to cannon beach and we're staying at Nehalem bay state park tonight - stay ...
... GPS and we got worried when we started driving through an old industrial area that bordered the sea. Finally, we “arrived” at our destination, but no ships came into view. What we did see was a large blue building with a sign designating it as the historical seaport, but it was closed up and surrounded by chain link fence with barbed wire on top. The weeds were probably 3 feet high between the fence and building. Maybe they ...