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... to have conversations as we ride. As we are now, only I can speak, and Jody can only listen. (I won't even bother to make a joke here - too easy), hopefully I can use my electrical engineering skills to remedy that situation tomorrow. Newport is supposed to be cold again tomorrow, but it should be warmer in Roseburg by the time we arrive.
271.9 miles today
9893.7 miles total
10.028 gallons today
238.770 gallons total
... as we left Santa Rosa. A connecting link broke so we are using a step stool to get in and out. The Old Girl is showing her age! (120,000 miles).
But tonight we are spending the evening in OREGON! Yeah! We are about 10 miles in and scored the last pull through spot at a the Sea Bird RV Park in Brookings, OR. We got here just before ...
... was messy, fun, and full of wonder. We left Nehalem Bay and continued south into the lumber town of Garibaldi and then around Tillamook Bay into the town named for it. The town is famous primarily for cheese and secondly for smoked beef. And the town is surrounded by succulent pastures full of stinking Holsteins. To the west of town, the Three Capes Road was still shut down after one full year due to active landslides in the area northeast if Cape Meares. ...
... internetting and repairs. At that point we din't know quite how bad the leakage problem was, and Nigel happily set off to fish in the Parks pond, and I took photos of some of the dozens of rabbits running wild on the site.
That night, when I went to get into bed, half an hour after Nigel, who by then was asleep, I found my side of the bed soaked - there was water visibly coming through ...
... As our little adventure continued he turned out to be the "Rain Man" of the Newport $1 bus loop schedule. Albeit you can't quite understand what he is saying.
We stop again and pick up another young man. He's wearing a bright electric yellow glow-in-the dark jacket and a pair of shoes that were so long there must be a clown somewhere going barefoot. He sat just in front of Dee and began giving us the narration for our tour. "There's the college, ...