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Travel Blogs from Yachats
... the ocean, with tightly spaced houses looking out over the ocean. In the town of Oceanside, we decide to walk a short way on the beach and go to a tunnel in the shear rock cliff face. It goes through the cliff and onto another beach only accessible by the tunnel. The tunnel was originally a natural tunnel, but they had to reinforce one face of it due to falling rocks.
With my recent knee surgery, I've had to be careful where and how I've walked ...
... because of a little stank, we had nothing to worry about, the fishy smell was overpowering. It was a good thing that we went full because if we had not we would have more than likely spent a good chunk of change enjoying the fresh catches. Instead we headed back to the site for sunset, an early fire and leftover curry for dinner. The rest of the evening was spent crocheting and blogging.
Another relaxing three days in the books enjoying what mother nature has to offer ...
... da-da-da-da-da'. I know that's a common first sound by babies but I like to pretend. As for me, I'm sampling a beer from Hop Valley Brewing Company - Springfield: 'Double D Blonde' (4.9%). This is my first - and hopefully last - canned beer. Fizzy water. Good thing the human body requires water to survive. I think tonight will be pretty rela- who am I kidding. Tonight will be modest. We'll probably have dinner at the campsite and stay warm ...
... to do the laundry, buy groceries, and eat at Mo's Restaurant. Mo’s claim to fame is 'nationally famous clam chowder’. The restaurant is on a pier and a seal swam past us as we were waiting for our meals. Mo’s chowder was good, and thick, but Greg and I each had the seafood platter and it wasn’t as good as back home. Outside the restaurant there is a signpost with about a half dozen other Florence locations around the globe. ...
... What? Not even an epic vista? We just covered 1500 feet of elevation and don't even get a scenic overlook? Lame. We finally found a sort of overlook, and rested there for a bit before continuing on. The hike was long (10 miles), the views were none, and the scenery did not change much. Just as we were chalking it up as the lamest hike we have done yet, I looked down and saw something familiar.
"I think these are chanterelle mushrooms," I told Jonas. We poked around the ...
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