Ambrosia Gardens Bed & Breakfast
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On 18 West at 12:30 pm & it was 91 degrees. As we neared the coast, the terrain changed, becoming hilly & heavily forested with pines. And the temperature drops to the mid-60s!
Arrived on the coast just above Lincoln City and our first glimpse of the Pacific is through a heavy fog. It's breezy & 61 degrees. What a dramatic change in the weather within less than an hour.
1:30 PM - Lunch at ...
... surf. It was only a few hundred yards to the beach, and the weather was picture perfect. Jim was pleasantly surprised to find that the Buckeyes game was being broadcast on local TV. But his viewing was interrupted by a visit from the mobile RV repairman. Remember my mention of the uneven camp site and our difficulty with the automatic leveling system? It seems that when the tires lifted off the ground it caused the suspension to displace. A jack, ...
... at 9 pm....and it was still light out (dusk) at 9:45 pm. Tonight should be a repeat of last night with a sun set directly into the ocean....Beautiful.
Today was sunny and windy. Fortunately, the wind was a tail wind for our riders. Bill and Brian took off from Lincoln City at about 10:30 after a big breakfast of fresh Oregon Blue Berry pancakes!! Sights today were numerous including one lucky dog (literally) being towed by ...
... you’ll NEVER remember the game or video that you were watching while driving through Oregon...”
However, whether it’s for me or for us...it’s Beautiful! and they’ll remember it one day...and if they remember it because it was glorious or because it was painful... doesn’t really matter that much to me.
A stop in Lincoln City at their skate park gave a nice break along the way. It was a really big park built into a hill. ...
... such luck. So we turned around about 10 miles or so passed the hotel and went back, hoping that they still had a room.
We pulled into the gravel parking lot on the side of the road. I hopped out of the car and headed down the hill towards the office. I opened the door, and found this nice older woman. I asked if she had any rooms for the night, and she said “as a matter of fact I do!”. Phew, a little weight ...