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... the woods, which brought us to an awesome beach, where we found many people surfing (did I mention that there were beautiful blue skies wth temperatures almost 80 degrees?)
Reluctantly continued driving until we stopped for lunch near Tillamook Bay. Another great spot with delicious local oyster stew.
Continued on, getting closer to our stop for the night in Yachats. At one ...
Yesterday was another moving day with our traveling hotel. Another truck day with my back window giving me some fresh air while mom sits up front with her heated seat on. A few tense moments as dad drove through Portland, and a few discussions regarding turns between mom and dad. I sit trying to zone out and wait patiently to get back to the comforts of my couch in the moving hotel. We stopped at a small town called Lafayette, where mom and dad ...
Tuesday - August 5, 2014 Truck 69,199 Trip 9,191
We left the giant ferns and the mist of Seaquest State Park early to visit Mt. St. Helens. As hot as yesterday had been, it was a cool morning and I was glad I layered up with my jacket. Whereas the other mountains we have traveled have sharp turns on the lead up roads, the road to Mt. St. Helens was broad, sweeping, gentle curves that rotated us practically 360 degrees. It was dizzying at ...
The drive from Bandon to Newport was only 110 miles and we didn't expect to see such a beautiful road up the coast. We drove through the woods and then on winding roads overlooking the ocean. We arrived at South Beach State Park and after setting up we took a walk to the beach. It was a quarter mile through the woods and then over the sand bluff. We rested in the sand on the dunes and enjoyed the view of the ...
... it)) then served in melted butter.
This is a proper working and profitable port. 250 boats ply their trade here picking up salmon to oysters. Along the front are processors and the fishermen sell straight from the trawlers to the public.
The restaurants buy directly from the boats and the place is full of trucks shipping fresh fish all around the country.
A lesson in how to do it right.