Seaside Stories

Family Magazine: Vacation 101

April 15, 2012 | by Jon Rahl

Here’s an article from the April 2012 issue of Family: The Magazine for Military Families. This article, titled “Vacation 101” features the North Coast of Oregon, encourages families to “Roll on down the Oregon Coast for a family-friendly trip to remember, and it includes the coastal towns of Astoria, Seaside, Cannon Beach, and Tillamook.

Here is a PDF of the complete article.

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Driving the Oregon Coast Highway

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The Columbia River Maritime Museum: On the Water’s Edge

A visit to the Columbia River Maritime Museum in Astoria.

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Unique Seaside Spots to Stay

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A view from the old Hotel Seaside in the mid 1920s

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World War I soldiers drilling on Seaside's beach.

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More than a dozen frozen treat shops, the thought of brain freeze is likely.

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