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Sea Perch did not disappoint. On the contrary we all four agreed that we would probably never again find a more glorious place to park our home on wheels. Words fail but thanks to Jon and his trusty camera, scenery descriptions are not necessary. The dogs running on the private deserted leash-free beach can only be described one way - pure doggy joy. We were lucky to hook up with two ...
... do that). We're going back to Newport to check out the Oregon Coast Aquarium. It sounds pretty cool. Here's one more beer for the ledger: Bridgeport Brewing Company - Portland: 'Bridgeport IPA' (5.5%). Advertised as "Floral and Hoppy, Delightfully Complex, Smooth and Satisfying." I would describe it as hoppy, clean and satisfying. "Delightfully Complex" seems like a euphemism for "F-me, what is this ****?" and is thus a superfluous and inappropriate ...
... center of town. Lots of hustle and bustle in this tiny fishing village including very large trucks trying to get in and out of the heart of the town and doing it successfully I might add!
Hope you enjoy the pictures as much as I enjoyed taking them!
... vehicles of the US from the earliest Reos and Model T Fords to the production models of the 60s, 70s and 80s. Most interesting were the custom built coachwork examples of Rollses, Cords, Bentleys, Cadillacs and La Salles from the 1930s... truly breathtaking art pieces in their own right.
In the afternoon we took to our bikes and rode 15 kms or so along the Rushton Way waterfront trail at the head of Puget Sound. Very nice, especially the return stop ...
... about 12 miles in the middle that have not been improved to ‘good’ conditions so it was a good choice!
We headed south on Hwy 101 from Newport and after refueling opted for the Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park. We are really enjoying the state parks as they have large lots and often great walking trails. This park is heavily treed so will have some protection from the wind off the ...