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... and scan the ocean for a while....and I actually see one briefly about a mile out. They spot them often this time a year, and 20 sightings a day are not uncommon. We decide the day is getting away from us so we get back on the road.
Our last major sight before dark is Yaquina Head lighthouse, a very picturesque place that we really wanted to see. It turns out that it is in an Oregon state park and there is a 7 dollar fee to get in. There is ...
... the Columbia...and there were stacks and stacks of logs waiting their turn in the shipyard. Our first stop in Oregon was for me to get a soft serve in historic Astoria. It was a quaint town with restored cottages and well-tended flower gardens. I browsed through a vintage hardware store with colorful bouquets of fresh flowers for $4 a bunch. While I finished my cone, Bud and I watched tankers and gulls drifting about this wide part of the river.
... is extremely long and runs alongside a cliff. The building is four stories high and is more than adequate for our needs. Our room has views straight out onto the the Pacific Ocean through a large window in the front of the lounge window and a light house at each end of a very long beach.
Before tea we went for a long walk along the beach and paddled in the cold water of the Ocean.
Then a lovely dinner and to bed early.
... fish and chips while watching the fog move and change over the water. Even though we shared all the food, we still had leftovers!
And, you may have guessed it, today being Tuesday, we spent the rest of the evening watching SYTYCD and blogging. What a great day, meal and evening. We win!
Song of the Day: "This is Us" Emmylou Harris and Mark ...
... and was planning on riding the coast road but due to the weather was going to go inland instead. She said she would ride with me to at the Washington/Oregon border then head inland. She was a good rider.......and her husband has given up bikes for Jeeps ?? Poor bloke !
We stopped to say good bye and take pucs of the bridge and Jack & his son turned up on Kawasaki 250 & Yamaha ...