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We pulled into Tillicum Beach campground in the Siuslaw National Forest after a winding three hour drive. Our site was at the top of a bluff with unobstructed views of the beach below and the roaring ocean. Unfortunately one of the public access points to the beach ran through the site and set up was not very smooth. Eventually we got through it and spent the rest of the day reading and walking along the beach. Even though we struggled through the set up and there was ...
... drag bottom.
Today's ride was a short day of just 50 miles but did contain 2500 feet of climbing.....you'd think the coast would be flat but it isn't! :-) Here is the link to the Garmin download for those of you who want more details.....
Sharon visited the Oregon Coast Aquarium and viewed several interesting and large fish. Check out the Jelly Fish in her photo ...
... we took in the view from 800’ above the sea and got great shots of the coastline. No doubt, Newport, on Yaquina Bay, was the “most authentic” town of the day. Newport embraces the coastal identity with its Old Town waterfront, huge commercial fishing fleets, quaint shops and restaurants, shifty bars, fishing docks, and sea lions on the rocks. We left the lively town with two quarts of clam chowder from Mo’s, a vintage restaurant ...
... of the beach. We paid her and thanked her, and then we unloaded some of our stuff into the room, and relaxed for a bit.
Before the sun set we decided to talk a walk on the beach. So we put on warm clothes, as it was cold and windy, and headed down to the beach. The hotel sat up on a cliff overlooking the ocean, absolutely gorgeous, so we took the stairs down to the water and walked along the beach. We walked down and to ...
... that at one point you walk through fallen Douglas Fir tree logs 21 feet in diameter. We followed the North Fork Siuslaw Road, which eventually led onto the Pioneer Trail and came out on Hwy 36. Along the way we traveled through some tremendous forest areas. The road was narrow, paved at first, with some gravel. It climbed up to a fair height with steep drop-offs on one side of the road. The trees were a ...
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