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... I didn't recognize this classic begging move. I'm losing my Chicago edge out here. We headed back the 2 miles to Yaquina Head where we found the whales had not left. We also found the tide slowly but surely in recession, exposing tide pools a little at a time. Andrew and I poked around finding crabs, both of the hermit and dungeness varieties. We found purple urchins and a variety of anemone. The receding seas left sponges and driftwood on the beach. ...
... and Henry explored them in full. While nothing spectacular was to be found we did get a great picture of him with a starfish. I think we're both ready for Eugene because we've foregone a fire for the evening and are both sequestered in our little 'bedroom'. Once upon a time we might have taken a romantic stroll along the beach, staring into one another's eyes the whole while. Now, we just want to be left alone and have some quiet. Grandparents, gear up for some babysitting when we ...
... beach cabin that every traveler seemed to add a little bit to. After the sun set around 930, we hopped in the tent for some much needed sleep after a very eventful day.
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." -Mark Twain
-Elliott & ...
... hour or so driving in rain and darkness. Our stop for the night was Florence. We had dinner at Kelly's Cantina, an excellent little cafe in the quaint old town.
We wondered if we would see an abrupt end to coffee kiosks once we passed over the border from Washington to Oregon but no, Oregon does have them as well, just not as many. We were in tsunami country all day, with signs noting that we were entering and leaving tsunami zones.
... but this was jumping in with both feet! We estimate we walked at least four miles, much of it climbing and descending hills through the forest. We saw some really neat fungi - and fresh cougar tracks along the way!
It’s cloudy and been around 10 C all day so it has not unpleasant to be out and about. After a quick lunch we headed for the Heceta Head Lighthouse for a tour. Winter hours are ...
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