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Travel Blogs from Seaside
... Reg had halibut. ( mega portion)
We were in our motel room about 10:30pm when there was a knock at the door. It was a woman saying she couldn't get her TV working. Reg went and fixed it for her. Coming back to our room he got mixed up and put the key into the door next but one to us and it opened. Where three hairy bikers were staying. (Reg- not really, one was a woman.And me in my shorty pj's)
... TSUNAMI WARNING EVACUATION ROUTE - great that gives me a great deal of comfort; DIP - hey are you talking to ME?; and my favorite - CEMETERY/RECYLE CENTER - Really in one day, out the next????? And, from the mountain areas - AVALANCHE AREA - NO STOPPING - oh, and I can't wait to stop and wait to be buried - ALIVE!!!!!
Day 142 - ...
Woke up to a drizzly morning, the first bad weather we have had but by the time we got to our first destination an hour down the road the sky was blue again. In the Sand Dunes National park area we had a fast paced adventure in a sand hopper. With googles on (and the kids in helmets) we were driven up,down and all over the sand dunes. We were in a 7 seater so it was just us and the driver. Real adrenaline pumping fun. Further down the road we stopped ...
... was one of healing and much insight.
I knew I needed to see the coast, but where? A little internet search in Portland lead me to Seaside, Oregon. I booked a $17 bus ticket for Monday morning to get from Portland to Seaside. The ride was a quick hour forty five climb over the Coastal Range and descent to the Pacific. The furs, the cedars, maples, hemlocks, and moss make for a very entertaining ride.
The friendly and knowledgeable bus driver pulled ...
... but it has just as much of an extraordinarily complex ecosystem, which in turn produces an awesome atmosphere to behold. Without trailing through Wikipedia for dozens of details and making your eyes want to jump out the back of your head, here is a very, very basic summary of a temperate rainforest - its a forest, in the temperate zone (anywhere between the tropics and the poles), where it rains. A lot. These occur all over the world - UK woodlands are ...
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