The Islander Motel & RV Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Islander Motel & RV Park Westport
This really a great place since there's so much to see. A lot of activity with commercial fishing boats come in, etc. The spaces are very tight, but it's a great place anyway.
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Westport is sure active, busy, picturesque, perfectly situated, and a lot of fun to be at. We were impressed with the TONS of fish being unloaded by boats, three or four, sometimes five full up to the gunnels with what looked like tuna. We were told it all goes to Japan. What? Let them catch their own stinking fish, dang it.
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... both so excited to have separate space to nest,we ran around then came into the kitchen and high-fived, Then we immediately showed off our rooms to each other like we were little kids.
Seabrook was a really unusual place. It was a little town all in itself. They have a market, pub, couple shops, coffee house, town hall, recreation department complete with a horse stables and indoor pool. Each home is independently owned but operated by the management and held ...
Decision to take the coastal route to Raymond was made at breakfast. Helpful guest informed us of the hills and lack of any shoulder on the more direct route - this was enough to swing it. And what a great decision it was. The route was beautifully flat and the 53 miles seemed much easier than our shorter, hillier jaunts. Westport - laid in the sunshine by the marina with ...
We started our trip from Mayport NAS to on the Atlantic Ocean and arrived today September 24th to the Town of Wesport WA on the Pacific Ocean. There are few words to express my feelings at the achievement of my lifelong dream. The roar of the ocean can be heard at our campsite, the sun is shining and I am sitting in front of the campfire. ...
... and sea salt in mixing bowl. Set aside. Wash sea scallops thoroughly in cold water. Note: when washing scallops there may be a small muscle on the side of each scallop. Remove this at this time. It is simply done picking with fingers and peeling it off. No knife is necessary. If muscle is not there do not fret. Your fish monger has done the work for you. Set on clean paper towel and let excess water drain off.Start to prepare your smoker. Our method ...