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Old 04-29-2014, 11:42 PM   #1
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Fort Hill, on the way to the Oregon Coast

An afternoon bite to eat at Fort Hill restaurant. On our way to Pacific City for the weekend.
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It looks like the Chevy and trailer paint are similar. Good pic.
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The Oregon coast, still on my bucket list
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What's your favorite place to stay there?
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What's your favorite place to stay there?
With children: Thousand Trails Whaler's Rest.
Without children: Thousand Trails Pacific City.

This was a sans-children trip.
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We like to stay in the Warrenton KOA. It is close to Astoria and the Astoria Column, Maritime Museum, Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, Fort Clatsop, and Sea Side. We will be making a trip over there when the black berries are ripe. It isn't far to the Winchester Bay Dunes for a little RZR ride.
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