Tomorrow is a travel day for us. It is short in miles, but long in travel time. Lots of winding roads, slow speeds, and heavy traffic, but the views will be grand along the way. Next stop: Pacific City (74 miles south on Hwy 101).
We visited Fort Stevens State Park at the mouth of Columbia River. I found the old shipwreck the most interesting part of the park. I walked around it a couple of times. The fort still has the old gun batteries. Some are 90 years old. We did not spend too much time looking at them since the area was very busy.
|The Bones of the Peter Iredale - early 1900s|
|Ship starting up the Columbia River|
|Cape Disappointment, WA|
|Me First! Me First! Me First!|
On another day, we drove south of Cannon Beach. We stopped at some pullovers to see the view. Can you blame us? Just breath-taking...
Last Saturday, we took our evening walk on Seaside's Promenade. Seaside was hosting a Volley Ball Competition and the beach was just alive with people! It looked like they had setup 100 volley ball nets, but the main attraction was the competition.