Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast
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... retired couples with whom we shared wine cheese and dinner one evening. We spent one of our precious Yachats days checking out wonderful sights nearby. Devils Churn was beautiful, but not much churning going on that day. We understand that when sea is rough the waves shoot high above the beach. The views from Cape Perpetua Bluff were amazing, and the little seaside town of Yachats ...
travels nearly straight up the western cliff to a lookout 2 miles away in
distance and nearly 1000 feet above sea level in height. Watching the sun set from as far west as one
can travel on this land mass was incredibly special. It felt like we were at
the end of the world looking out. For the first time I thought how easy it must
have been to think that the great Pacific Ocean was the end of ...
... out on the road enjoying the last bit of the holiday before going back to school. We turned off the 101 to visit Cannon Beach which we had read a lot about - though the holiday makers made this more of an ordeal than it should have been - no parking and a 45 minute traffic jam to get in to the town. A bit like St Austell in Cornwall. Big beach ...
... if we wanted. Heck yeah! So we headed back to the house to get ready. Martha has a friend who runs an ATV rental company on the dunes, so we got to ride for free, score! We all piled in Martha’s car - Brian, Aiden, Martha, Holden, Gabe and I. When we arrived at the place, Holden was super excited and really wanted to ride a quad by himself - no fear. Sarah, Martha’s friend, let him ride a small quad around the parking lot for a few minutes, while we were all there ...
How's THAT for lovely people!! My Guardian Angel working overtime!
And just the cherry on the cake...I was stopped for a cuppa later in the morning and about 5 minutes in, a lady came over and said she'd turned off my rear light coz she figured I'd forgotten. I had. Nice one!
In 24 hours I probably used up all my good luck. Time to start doing more random acts of kindness to redress the balance.
1,000 miles on the clock!! Woo Hoo!! ...