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PNW Road Trip Day 7

The last day of our trip was spent going to Mount Hood to see the Timberline Lodge and the waterfalls along the Columbia River Gorge, including Multnomah Falls.

PNW Road Trip Day 6

I'll say it-it was SO hard leaving Cannon Beach! It was so pretty and misty and relaxing getting to just meander around the beach and cook and watch movies in front of the fire. Absolutely perfect day. But onward! We drove to Portland and dropped our stuff at the Hotel Rose-Staypineapple. Amanda greeted us out front and told us about parking, got us checked in early and gave us complimentary bikes to ride for the day and even shuttled us to dinner later!

PNW Road Trip Day 5

Cannon Beach day! We woke up early and hit the road, leaving Quinault behind. A storm was rolling in so we wanted to make it to the beach with maybe a little time to get in a walk without a downpour. We lucked out and made it without getting drenched. We immediately went to Ecola State Park before checking in and exploring town.

PNW Road Trip Day 4

We woke up in Forks and hit the road early so we could potentially avoid the storm that was rolling in towards Lake Quinault. We didn't miss it entirely but we only experienced a mist/drizzle combo the entire time we were there. Honestly, I'd have been disappointed if it weren't a little rainy in the PNW.

PNW Road Trip Day 3

Day 3 was a full one. We woke up at the ranch Airbnb we were staying at around 530a and the sun was already up on the mountain. You could see the the fog over the strait but it wasn't able to reach the farm-it was beautiful to be in the sun seeing into the fog.

There were thousands of dandelions on the ranch.

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