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Drove 153 miles in 3 hours
Probably the prettiest drive of the trip so far. The Oregon coastline is spectacular with sheer cliffs and a craggy coast line. The 101 would also veer inland into great redwood forests with wild flowers growing along the road side.
Didnt see one person swimming the entire time as ...
... seems to be feeling better, just a little tired. When it came time to wake up Henry and start dinner we were greeted with a rather unsettling surprise. Henry had taken Mel's shower kit off of its shelf and ransacked the contents. 20 feet of dental floss were bundled into a ball and all the make-up containers were opened and the contents liberally applied to his face, legs and bedsheets. I had been sitting ten feet from the trailer. Mel had been ...
Today we traveled up the road to see Seal Rock and then into the fishing village of Newport.
Lots of activity going on in the little bayside village of Newport. Boats pulling in and out of the harbor, forklifts zipping up and down the road ...
... detour took us more than 30 minutes, but our same campsite was available to us. The planes are still flying overhead every 5 minutes, but the wind has shifted so it is the somewhat quieter landing pattern rather than the raucous take-off route.
Day 5: Cannon Beach, Oregon
The night at Saltwater State Park was not quite as bad as the first time there. The dozens of aiplanes were descending, and thus somewhat quieter than the first time.
... shop was 40 miles back. All my own fault!!!
Trying not to panic, or slap The Big G on the back of the noggin for letting all the air out, I took a few deep breaths and decided to ask the H-U-N-K (as my Dad would say) of a Park Ranger if he had any solutions but he was stumped. His only idea was to see if anyone else staying had one - someone, somewhere in the campsite must have a similar valve and a corresponding pump. And that's how I got to speak ...