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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TripAdvisor Reviews The Islander Motel & RV Park Westport
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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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... these 5 great charities will do things for families in need a thousand fold more wonderful than anything we are talking about here. Thank you Jeff and Cindy Hoyt for helping make that abundantly clear with the questions you asked while keeping the conversation fun. We will be staying with Jeff and Cindy for the next few days in Seattle on Vashon Island.
Anne and I walked around a bit because the town was so quaint and the shore ...
... so it was even denser than a normal forest, because of all the hanging moss and ground cover.
By the time we reached the Visitors Center, there was just enough time to get another passport stamp, before we headed out to look at the hiking trails. There were several that looked really interesting, and with the interesting look of the rain forest, we really wanted to do a few. But it was getting late, and we were getting hungry, ...
... coming and going. We had lunch in a local seafood restaurant and really enjoyed the halibut (me) and cod (Dan). Then we went to see the Grays Harbor Lighthouse in Westport, built in 1898, that stands 107 feet tall and is the tallest lighthouse in Washington. The elevation in the park is 43 feet, and high temperatures have been in the mid-60's, lows in the mid-50's, and ...
We left Depoe Bay around 8:30 AM heading North to the Washington CAA. We headed North on 101 until we turned East on 18 to head to I-5 where Sue said the State Cache for Washington was located. We traveled through farm country, lots of fields of wheat, either about to be harvested or in wind rows ready for the straw to be bailed up. There was a surprising amount of vineyards here also, ...