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Old 05-15-2019, 12:02 AM   #1601
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This morning I went to take our trash out. I then decided to walk to the beach and see what it looked like; It was very close to our camp site. Being careful not to walk through other camper's sites, I found a side path to the beach. Then I noticed several people camped on the beach, but not in the actual camping sites of the state park. They had put up tarps to block the cold ocean breeze. I also spotted a small Honda generator in their area. These seem to be homeless people who somehow by passed the State Park to get a place on the beach. This may be wrong, but my thoughts were where did the homeless people get a $1,000.00 generator?

Well I didn't pack enough of my drinks, fruit smoothies in a can or bottled iced tea. We asked Caroline for the nearest real market and she said that there was one [Fred Meyers] only 12 miles away. Well that 12 miles ended up more like 18-20 away. We drove from Cape Disappointment through Astoria towards Seaside. On the way Lee said that she wanted to get more things and to search for a Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart wasn't much farther than Fred Meyers so Wal-Mart was it. I only came to get a 12 pack of iced tea. Well you know how that goes; I bought my iced tea, black tank deodorizer, new water filters, bananas, A rug a S'mores cooker, orange juice, slippers for Lee and a game of Rummie Cube. Yes, we left all of our cards and games at home. I needed some gas for my truck so we asked Caroline to find us a major brand name gas station. She found a Shell station that was just a mile or two away. Caroline decided since we needed some gas anyway that she would take us on a scenic route to get there. This may have been partly my fault because Caroline was still in RV mode.

On the way back to Washington we stopped at an old military base / Stsate Park. There wasn't much at all to see or do there so we headed back to Long Beach. In Long Beach there is a half mile long boardwalk along the beach so that was our walk of the day. While in Long Beach I decided to drive the full length of the city. I spotted a old country store so we had to check it out. It was OK except for at least half of the country store was a food market. This was far enough North for me and I turned around to drive another road back South towards our camp ground. We stopped a few times on the way back and saw mountains of Oyster shells. I wonder what they do with all of the Oyster shells, they could make streets with them in the mix. We did drive on one white street and walked on one white paved walk way. I think these might have been made with Oyster shells. Now Lee wants to go into town to Sid's Market to buy some Oysters. Yep, she bought three jars of local Oysters.

Back to Cape Disappointment to visit our trailer. We saw a lot of mini vans in line at the check in both. Since they had no RV's, I guessed that they were going to rent Yurts. And yes, they rented the four Yurts in our site loop There were 28 school kids and about 7 adults / teachers moved in. We found out that this State park has two Light Houses so we hiked to see the second Light House. This one was almost finished being restored. In the same area there was another walking path that took us to a nice ocean view and some WWII bunkers There was a water tower that somehow we didn't see on the way up , but stopped for a few pictures on the way back. We were distracted by fallen trees and hidden bunker walls.
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Old 05-15-2019, 11:08 PM   #1604
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Next was Waikiki Beach. This was very short walk from the parking lot. We walked or climbed onto some huge rocks that formed the Jetty. This beach was full of huge pieces of drift wood. Very close to the water and about to take some pictures and we got a gust of wind. I went to cinch the strap on my hat and the wind blew it off of my head. I grabbed my hat and was trying to put my camera in my pocket and again tried to cinch my hat strap. Then a bigger gust of wind took my hat right out of my hand and off of my head, and blew it right to the edge of the water. Well that hat is gone. Lee was closer to my hat and she has better balance than me so she went and got my hat for me. This time I had my camera put away, I held my hat on my head and Lee cinched the strap for me. WOW a two person job to put a hat on.

Thinking that we didn't want to rush anything and spend a lot of time driving back to Oregon, we signed up for a third night at Cape Disappointment, space number 87. We had left overs for dinner and we got to try out our new S'mores cooker. [wire rack type thing] It still makes a sticky mess. I guess that is just the nature of making and eating S'mores.
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It might have been easier to camp on the beach with the homeless people. I hope your travels are simpler and you can keep your hat on (try a bungie cord; better than a nail). The name "Disappointment" may have been a clue.
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This morning we slept in a bit, had our coffee and hit the road. [just the truck] We had to stop at the local Post Office to send a gift to an old friend. We drove all through the neighborhood which only took a few minutes to do. I needed / wanted a few bags of "Old Fashioned Hard Candies" made in the USA since 1919. I bought Wild Cherry and Raspberry flavors. Lee bought a Lemon flavor. While at the store, I needed a battery for my thermometer. This store didn't have any batteries at all. But up the street I saw a "battery Store". This store had exactly what I needed. Looking for a restaurant that looked good to us; We weren't that daring so we just stopped at McDonalds.

After running all of our errands; It was explore and hiking time. They are building a new levy and the big rigs come in, in groups of three. Each truck only has one huge rock on it. This has to be very expensive and time consuming. Next we stopped in a parking lot with a hiking path that we haven't done yet. On this path we saw several snakes. When they felt our presence they disappeared quickly. Except for one snake that stayed in place so we could get a few good pictures of him/her. At this place there were two paths, one made a loop, and the other didn't. We took the wrong path and Lee said that we were going all the way to the end. When we saw a rock that said 3 miles on it, I think we went far enough. We agreed to turn around and forget going to the end. Good thing that we did because we later found out that this path followed the beach all the way through Long Beach. [Maybe 25 miles or more] We never would have made it.

On our way back to our camp site we stopped at a store and Lee bought us [mostly me] some Tillamook ice cream. I knew it was Tillamook by the names of the flavors that she ordered. [Dark Oregon Cherry and Utterly Chocolate] Oh so good. Now when we first checked into Cap Disappointment we were warned to not leave any food out because they have raccoons here. In our camp site loop there are three RV sites and four Yurts. And there was a class of 28 students and several teachers/ parents staying in the Yurts Today while we were out and about, so were the students. When we came back home, the student's camp site was a mess. They left all kinds of food items out and the crows had a party. We had our campfire again, had a nice dinner, and then I hitched up my trailer so I wouldn't have to do any heavy lifting in the morning. Tomorrow we will be leaving Cape Disappointment. This place is not disappointing and I would recommend this place.
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Old 05-17-2019, 12:32 AM   #1609
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While driving through Seaview I spotted some old trailers on a lot. Seaview is south of Long Beach. I stopped to take some pictures just to find out that this place rents cabins and vintage trailers. I guess they do weddings there too.
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Hi,

Well we would like to stay one more night at an ocean side camp ground; So we packed up and left Washington. Leaving the camp ground our last stop in Cape Disappointment was the dump station. No-one was there so I took the left side dump station. I pulled my trailer on the pad and the very first time, my sewer connection was lined up perfectly. As usual, I connect my sewer hose with elbow in the drain hole. Pull the valves, black first, gray last. Close valves black first and gray last. [this may sound like I opened both valves at the same time, but I didn't]

Anyway, as I was putting my hose away in my bumper storage, I couldn't help but to look at the motorhome next to me. Husband had hose in sewer without elbow, wife had funny look on her face. Husband using rinse hose to wash down drain pit. And big puddle of bluish looking water. Did husband remove sewer cap with gray tank valve open? I don't know, but he did something wrong.

Lee wanted some Sea food and we were coming up on a Mo's restaurant. Lee remembered that this town had a RV parking lot. I made a left turn towards the RV parking area and went into the first RV lot. It was all marked off for 30' total length parking. This won't work so we drove to the next RV lot. This one was marked for 40' maximum RV parking. Well we are right at 46' so I parked with about three feet in back and three feet in front over the lines. If they went to all of this trouble to mark every space, they sure would write a big ticket for being over the lines. Now there was one more choice. The next lot in line was all gravel with no markings. As we headed that way, there was a sign on the fence post saying "No RV parking beyond this sign". Well 7734 I have 46' and they don't want my business.

Now we are getting closer and closer to Tillamook. Tillamook Cheese factory it was for lunch and ice cream. It was wonderful as always. From this point, we might as well just go home. And we did.

Nice trip. No problems with my trailer and no problems with my truck. Generator never got used this time.
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OK I had two concerns with my trailer.

Hi,

Now after winterizing my trailer, Bob Cross said not to use RV antifreeze in the toilet because he said that it will make the valve seal leak. The toilet seal leaked very slow and I want to keep a bit of water above the valve. After getting home I read in my toilet manual to clean the seal and use nothing but silicone spray on the seal. I tried that and the slow leak is gone.

One other possible concern was that I have to turn my shower handle way over for enough hot water. This is also somewhat normal when the in coming water supply is cold. There is a plastic timer under the handle and it can be adjusted to increase the hot water mixture. I did this adjustment and gave it a test. So far so good. I will know for sure on my next trip.

So like I said, no problems.
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Hi,

Now after winterizing my trailer, Bob Cross said not to use RV antifreeze in the toilet because he said that it will make the valve seal leak. The toilet seal leaked very slow and I want to keep a bit of water above the valve. After getting home I read in my toilet manual to clean the seal and use nothing but silicone spray on the seal. I tried that and the slow leak is gone.

One other possible concern was that I have to turn my shower handle way over for enough hot water. This is also somewhat normal when the in coming water supply is cold. There is a plastic timer under the handle and it can be adjusted to increase the hot water mixture. I did this adjustment and gave it a test. So far so good. I will know for sure on my next trip.

So like I said, no problems.
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Sure enjoyed the beach. That was a nice short relaxing trip. Thanks for taking us along.

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Glad you got your ice cream (more than once it appears). I equate traveling with a trailer with permission to eat ice cream. I already love to travel, but that treat makes it more wonderful. Barb brought some ice cream home, but it is a flavor I don't like, so I am not tempted to eat 3/4 of it despite the fact it is hers.

I hope to soon see another expedition here.

I didn't know that about the toilet valve. I have put a little antifreeze in the toilet every winter and have had no problems with it, but I will silicone it from now on.
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Sure enjoyed the beach. That was a nice short relaxing trip. Thanks for taking us along.

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Hi, our trip was short because of medical appointments.
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Glad you got your ice cream (more than once it appears). I equate traveling with a trailer with permission to eat ice cream. I already love to travel, but that treat makes it more wonderful. Barb brought some ice cream home, but it is a flavor I don't like, so I am not tempted to eat 3/4 of it despite the fact it is hers.

I hope to soon see another expedition here.

I didn't know that about the toilet valve. I have put a little antifreeze in the toilet every winter and have had no problems with it, but I will silicone it from now on.

Hi, Gene; Lee likes Rocky Road and even though it has chocolate in it, I didn't like it. I don't like nuts in my ice cream. I learned to tolerate it so Lee's Rocky road is not safe anymore.
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Hi, Lee was gardening near our rock retaining wall. She stepped on a wet rock, slipped and fell about 5'-6'. Even though Lee landed on her feet first, The pressure broke her back. She is now in the Salem, Oregon Hospital recovering after a six hour operation.
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