Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... piece of paper was on the door telling me that it was closed for maintenance until January 6! I was a little disappointed, and I only got to see the outside of the place. There were other people pulling up, walking up to the door, shaking their head and looking disgusted, then leaving. At least I wasn't the only one disappointed.
We head back out to the coast, checking out lighthouses, vistas, and beaches. There are small towns that come right ...
... ranger were occupied as we cruised out of there.
So fresh and so clean we headed north to the small fishing town of Newport, this is also where the Oregon State Sea Research Center (or something like that) is located. We parked the car and strolled down the Historic Bayfront, stopping in random shops, checking out the local fish ports and watching the harbor seals being jerks to each other. It was a cool little area, however, if we were worried about ...
... and make her laugh. It helps that she beams when he looks at her. Yesterday when we went to the Hospital he woke up from his nap in the car and started to grizzle. I told him that Penny was sick and that she needed a doctor. That she needed her big brother to be strong. He stopped immediately and got very serious. The whole time in the Hospital he was cognizant of Penny's needs. Penny update: she's better still today. Such a sweetheart. All ...
... sea stars, urchins and snails and chitons and limpets... we were both pretty happy cats. Jonas found a giant snail trying to eat some seaweed (which is way more entertaining than it sounds), and I looked for octopus hiding in the rocks. The waves crashed on the rocks and we had a time a few scrambles between sets....luckily nobody got soaked.
After another delicious PB&J bagel lunch, we set out on a long hike. After climbing for what felt like hours, we started ...
... husband! We all went out to dinner at a local mexican joint for the last night in Florence, and was a perfect way to finish our wonderful visit.
In the morning, we packed up the car, said a few teary goodbye’s and headed back on the road, south to Crater Lake. It was such a perfect visit with Martha, Holden, Brian and Aiden. We can't thank you enough for all your hospitality. We enjoyed every minute and can't wait to see you again soon!