North Oregon Coast and crossing into Washington State
Our trip continued up the Oregon Coast and our next port of call was Seaside Thousand Trails Resort. Just three days there and it rained for two days. Luckily our site had a gravel base but we still had to wade a bit from the trailer to the truck and back.
The resort was OK with a lovely indoor pool and hot tub, but no internet even though we had been told that there was. We did a couple of drives to local beaches to give Timmy his beach fix. Just a quiet stay for us.
|Lewis and Clarke statue on the beachfront|
|The beach at Seaside on our one sunny day|
|Timmy in his element.|
|Skunk Cabbage, I was told.|
|Swamped woodlands at Seaside TT Park|
|Beautiful indoor pool at the resort|
Our next stop was Travell Inn Campground, a Coast to Coast park in Elma, Washington State. The drive was still rainy and as we got to the resort the rain changed to ice. It was fine for an over night stop, but not somewhere I would like to stay for any length of time.
|The bridge over the Columbia River into Washington State|
|A rainy, icy drive|
|Ice on the back of the truck when we arrived|
|Our wet site.|
|The sun came out for a short while and we had a lovely double rainbow.|
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