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May 31, 2017 - Seaside TT

Hello We've been here @ Seaside,Oregon For a full week,nice campground with full hookups near all our shopping needs and beautiful views north and south along the coast,very close to Washington state where weve already ventured to see Cape Disappointment..which was pretty but one heck of hike up.We will going to Timberlake camp in stevenson,Washington on the columbia river gorge,near Portland. Where Jenny and Tomas will be flying in friday for the weekend.The weather is expected to be rain and cold which means snow on Mt.Hood,so hopefully...

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Jul 2, 2015 - Back to TT Seaside, yippee!

We departed Whalers Rest on the morning of June 30 at 9:30, driving the 125 miles north to the town of Seaside. It's an easy drive to make though a slow one. We stopped only once along the way, at Tillamook Cheese Factory to get some cheeses we especially like. Driving along Hwy 101 is NOT fast, don't expect it to be, you'll be disappointed, frustrated and maybe take chances that are unhealthy. When we drive on the freeways our GPS calculated average speed is 58 mph, along the coastal highway we average 41! What with the curves, small...

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Jun 14, 2015 - The Last Week in Seaside, OR and into Randle, WA

Our last week in Seaside didn’t really improve weather wise. I don’t think we had as many rainy days but we definitely didn’t see the sun until mid afternoon on most days & we both agreed that, being from AZ where you see the sun at 6 a.m., this gloominess could get depressing......at least in our opinion. We were still in the 50’s most days with misty mornings.......all typical beach weather in June. Dick really does a great job of keeping the motorhome and the car clean so when weather permitted, and he had a chance, he cleaned off all...

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Jun 7, 2015 - Seaside, OR

We enjoyed a quiet Sunday last week in Meridian, ID. We did venture out and run a couple of errands and drove around Boise a bit, enjoyed a nice lunch but then returned home to finish up laundry, watch the Nascar race, and take a nap. Monday we traveled as far as Stanfield, OR, only 237 miles, but it was a lot of up and down and around on I-84 but interstate all the way. As I said last week, we were just ‘killing time’ as our reservations didn’t start in Seaside, OR until Tuesday so we stopped in Stanfield at a RV park owned and operated...

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Nov 3, 2014 - Seaside, Oregon

Oct. 30 – Nov. 1, 2014 We stopped across the Columbia River and enjoyed being with Leo, Sadie, and their parents. Since it was the day before Halloween, Nana took treats for Leo and Sadie. The following day we took the RV to the Oregon Coast at Seaside. We stayed in the Circle Creek RV Park. It’s a nicely cared for park and is on the south side of town. The RV Park had full hook-ups, including WIFI and cable TV. Friends Bill and Marlene were staying in the Seaside WorldMark. We got together with them over the next couple of days. We...

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Sep 23, 2014 - TT Seaside, at Seaside, OR

Another tough day driving, 34 miles made the Diesel engine barely get warm. The toughest part was the Astoria bridge over the Columbia River ! This preserve is one of our favorites due to the park, it's manager and the community. This is the time of the year to be in this area. Actually, this it the time of year to be along the Washington and Oregon coastline, period! There are few crowds and we have access to all the neat stuff without others elbowing and shoving. If you plan on coming to these last two stop of ours, Long Beach, WA and...

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Sep 8, 2014 - Pacific Coast of Oregon

Arrived at 1000 Trails RV Park, motorhome hooked up and car unhooked and drove to the beach. It was less than a mile to the ocean. It reminded me of Port Orange, FL, with the grass in the dunes. I found a parking lot at the north end of the "Prom", a 2-1/2 mile walkway at the edge of the homes and businesses and the sandy beach and its grass. Some of the homes were beautifully landscaped and abloom with flowers.

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Jul 23, 2014 - Back in Seaside, OR

July 9 thru July 23, 2014 We are back in Seaside, OR for a couple of weeks. Our first excursion was to Cannon Beach a very popular vacation destination on the Oregon shore. At an earlier visit to Seaside we discovered Cannon Beach but that weekend was the first major event of the season and it was much too crowded for us country folks, so we decided to visit at another time. This visit wasn’t quite as crowded but busy enough for us. With a population of 1,705, Cannon Beach is a popular and picturesque resort area, playing host to more than...

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Jul 20, 2014 - Where ever the road may go

Hi everyone Our journey now finds us in the beachside town of Seaside Oregon. Continuing in Bend Oregon, a place we have grown to love. After a strenuous previous day, we decided to relax and take in the sights around town. There was a large street festival over 3 days, so we checked out the stalls and then did the river walk which is beautiful. The houses along the river are amazing and it's easy to see why Bend has become so popular with not only tourists but business as well. Google are moving their headquarters here and a lot of other...

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Jul 1, 2014 - Dinner at Mo's

Today we went grocery shopping at Fred Meyers (like a Wal-Mart). Oregon does not have a sales tax. We took the scenic route home, drove down the beach again. We went to Cannon Beach to have dinner at Mo's. It is a world famous restaurant known for their clam chowder. The dining room overlooked the Pacific. It lived up to its name, our seafood dinners and clam chowder were fabulous. Tomorrow into Washington.

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Westward Ho! 2014

Jun 30, 2014 - Oregon Beaches

Friday, on our way to Seaside after 2nd windshield repair. Seaside Thousand Trails RV Park is lovely. Only 3 miles from the beach, but it was rainy and cold during our stay so we were not able to go to beach. Seaside is a quaint beach town with lots of stores, restaurants, and a promenade. While we were there they were hosting the Miss Oregon contest and unfortunately, we just missed seeing the parade. Hopefully Oregon does better then Delaware and Florida with their contests! We decided to try another wine tasting. This store not only had...

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Jun 30, 2014 - Seaside Prom & Beach

We walked the "Prom" today. The Prom is a famous 1.5 mile walk that separates the beach and town of Seaside. There, a sculpture depicts the end of the Lewis & Clark trail. We walked along Broadway which has a variety of specialty shops. Then we found the northern "suburb" of Seaside, called Gearhart. We were able to drive on the beach for about 10 miles. We especially enjoyed that. Tonight we went back to Gearhart and rode down to the beach to watch the Pacific sunset, beautiful sight.

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Westward Ho! 2014

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