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... and interesting. There were nice shops and restaurants. The
area was settled by the Siuslaw Indians and some of their descendants are still
in the area today. The bridge over the Siuslaw River was built during The
Depression as part of the jobs program between 1934 and 1936. There are a lot
of bridges in this area that look as if they were built around the same time
because the architecture looks alike.
On the way to Florence, ...
... much like a Tom Thomson painting.
At one point we stopped at a bay and saw whales -- at least their spouts and the occasional huge back. I did see an enormous tail flip up out of the water at one point, that was quite dramatic.
At another stop overlooking cliffs, as I stared down at the water, I heard what sounded like music coming out of the caves. It turned out to be a colony of ...
... The grounds is soft, but not mushy. The sun light is peaking in and out of the foliage. Until you cross the highway for the end of the race and instead of a balloon arch like you usually find a sign saying "you are almost there, turn left!" only to find the finish line at the top of a silty sand dune. Rude I tell you, just plain rude!
The awards are really cool though. They look like a sand dollar.
The sun has come out and the race is over. ...
Oh the irony of my last post as we are raided in the night by four raccoons who are so clever they manage to open the zipper on one of the panniers and eat EIGHT free range, organic eggs through the box. Weirdly though they don't make a mess! They attack a dog in the night which wakes all the hiker bikers up and I spent an Attenborough hour watching them with my head torch. We've learnt our lesson though: must hang food high or ...
... me of the fun I had years ago in Hawaii when we took students to the Hawaii Preparatory Academy. We had day and night trips out to the tide pools. It was an unforgettable experience!
As we traveled this familiar territory, Harlan and I reminisced about our years here in Oregon, including the fun times at the beach remembering how cold and windy it is even in summer, the mist that falls most of the time and ...
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