|Tillamook RV Repair|
We only put out the bed slide so there's not much to do after coffee and getting dressed. We arrive at the repair shop (see why here) before they open.
Bill leaves the key and our phone number, and in return gets a recommendation for breakfast in Garibaldi just up the highway. The owner makes everything from scratch, roasts her own turkeys on site, bakes the best carrot cake...okay! you had us at "scratch"!
The Parkside Café is, well, quaint. Bill points out that it definitely meets our criteria of "local" eatery.
|I thought the window spoke well for a low crime rate|
Even with a very small kitchen, she has a large variety of good breakfast selections including breaded oysters and classic Eggs Benedict. But we're eating lighter most of the time so a couple fresh eggs and real hash browns were a good choice for us. Very good coffee as well!
|Hot and yummy for second cup|
Do it. You'll thank me.
Drove around the little marina that has two RV parks we thought would be fun for a couple days in a cute little town. Cell service was spotty and Bill saw he had a message when we got back on the highway.
Rig's ready - we'd been gone an hour :-)
While they were able to repair the problem by putting in new bolts, they were as baffled by the cause as we were. We'll need to keep an eye on it. I didn't ask, but I'm sure he would have mentioned any bugs......
So for $54 and a good breakfast we had our slide back and were on our way to Astoria before 11 AM. Thanks Tillamook RV Repair!
Have I mentioned how much I'm loving small towns?