Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... They've definitely triggered the most swearing so far, although we've refrained from any (obvious) hand gesticulations - not a good idea in the US. We reached Newport, stocked up on a few bike essentials and exited this quaint little town across a beautiful bridge. After a quick glimpse at some quirky chainsaw woodcutting, we continued along the 101. As daylight faded, we decided to stop at Subway and ended ...
... As with the hike to Tillamook Lighthouse, we carried our respective passengers and worked up a mean sweat. The views from the top are really impressive and you get a strong sense of just how vast and rugged the Oregon coast actually is. The fog - cloud, mist, whatever its technical designation is - didn't impede the view so much as add to the uniqueness of the spectacle. A patch of ocean and shoreline, beautiful in the ever-shifting swath of clear sky and sunshine. I'd imagine ...
... t let Elliott climb though, for some reason he still doesn't understand! We then drove back down and made the hike out to the rocky shore to see Thor's Well. It's a sunken sea cave that made for some great sights of the power of water. Sarah got soaked posing for a picture next to it. After a little drive farther up the coast, we stopped to check out the Devil's Punchbowl, a massive opening in the rock of the coastline that ...
Day 4: Tacoma
We broke up today. Not to worry, it was only temporary. It all started as we drove in to Tacoma and found a parking spot in downtown. Over coffee we had to decide between the Tacoma Art Museum and the American Automobile Museum. Needless to say it was pretty easy to settle... Pat spent the morning at the art gallery and Bill at the auto museum. Not that either of us would not enjoy the other facility.
The art museum specializes in ...
... be hot next day and I'd some big miles to do so I hit the road early. I stopped in a place called Otis, just outside Lincoln City, at a great diner - whoppers of plates of food. Not knowing what time of day I had, I ordered coffee and pie. Then checked the time - 10.30am. Nice! So I managed to make it to Lincoln City by lunchtime.
Back on the coast and it's windy and fresh and there's a few more bikers than I've seen in a while. Staying at the State Park ...