Near Hammond, on the site of an old Indian village. This wanna-be port was intended to rival Astoria. In 1896, a hotel and a number of docks were built. The huge, three-story hotel had an adjoining building with a swimming pool, bowling alley and saloon inside. A tennis court and a riding academy were also on site. The town failed, and in 1918, Flavel was annexed to and absorbed by Warrenton.
The Kilchis River is a stream, about 14 miles long, near the coast of northwest Oregon in the United States. It drains a mountainous timbered region of about 65 square miles in the Northern Oregon Coast Range west of Portland.
For nearly two decades Sunflower Flats has been providing colorful flower arrangements and one of the most unique gift shops in town, with gorgeous home and garden décor, art, decorative kitchen supplies and much more.
The Peter Iredale, a four-masted, steel ship, ran ashore in 1906 and is now one of the most accessible shipwrecks on the West Coast. It has remained here, slowly decaying on the shore for more than a century. At low tide,...