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Drove 153 miles in 3 hours
Probably the prettiest drive of the trip so far. The Oregon coastline is spectacular with sheer cliffs and a craggy coast line. The 101 would also veer inland into great redwood forests with wild flowers growing along the road side.
Didnt see one person swimming the entire time as ...
... trailer. He had done all this in total stealth behind his curtained 'bedroom.' We laugh in hindsight but we were madder than hell at the time and he knew it. Had he eaten any of it or thrown it into Penny's crib... We had dinner at the campsite and went for a nice, long walk down the fog shrouded beach. The weather feels like late September, early October in Calgary. It's not nice. Tomorrow may yet be another laundry day (this defies reason ...
... center of town. Lots of hustle and bustle in this tiny fishing village including very large trucks trying to get in and out of the heart of the town and doing it successfully I might add!
Hope you enjoy the pictures as much as I enjoyed taking them!
We made the quick drive up the coast to Florence, Oregon, and to Martha’s house on Saturday. We were both extremely excited for this visit and had been anxiously awaiting to see Gabe’s sister and nephew since the onset of our trip. We finally arrived and knocked on the door, here we are! We entered her beautiful home and were instantly surrounded by hugs. It felt so good to be there. The way Martha had decorated the house completely matched her personality and was ...
... to help, I couldn't not at least try them. It wasn't looking good although I'd located one bike with the same valve but the people weren't around - them having a pump with them was my only hope! Otherwise, I'd have been looking for a lift 40 miles back to Newport. Not happy.
Suddenly, jogging in slo-mo towards me (I'm using slight poetic license here...) was Hunky Ranger Man.
"'I fixed it!"
"Ya wha' ?"
"I phoned the bike shop and ...