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Old 03-27-2006, 09:06 AM   #15
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Thanks, looks much like some of the ferries here in BC.

I extracted a map from Mappoint, showing the island and the connections to both WA and OR. It appears that the map may be incorrect, as it appears that there is a ferries on both sides of Puget Island. Thanks again
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Thanks, looks much like some of the ferries here in BC.

I extracted a map from Mappoint, showing the island and the connections to both WA and OR. It appears that the map may be incorrect, as it appears that there is a ferries on both sides of Puget Island. Thanks again
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There is only one ferry runs on the hour from Westport Or to Puget Island there is a bridge from the Island to Washington
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Old 05-02-2006, 08:32 PM   #17
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Hello there:

Just returned today from our 3000 mile trip over the course of 3 weeks. Hwy 30 was a great highway, although it rained terribly through Longview and very cold in Rainier where we refueled. We did the total Oregon Coast as far as Crescent City, Ca, then up through the Redwoods to Grants Pass, south on I 5 to Gold Hill, then inland to connect to Hwy 97 and took that highway home (I live on Hwy 97). We did a few side trips, including part of the Columbia Gorge, where it was in the high 80's last Friday. Oregon State Parks were awesome, having power and water for as low as $14 (Discovery Season). We really liked Paradise Cove, near Madras, Or.

I look forward to retirement when I want to explore interesting places.

We did see a number of Casitas and a few Scamps on the trip, but none at the camps we stayed at.

Thanks for all your suggestions and assistance.



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