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... the 'utes' and the logging trucks when cycling on the quieter roads. Only problem with these roads is that they tend to take a shorter and steeper route to the top of the hill... On the subject of vehicles, without doubt the worst vehicles on the road are the 'motor coaches'. They are at least the size of a 40-seater coach, always towing at least a car but sometimes a motorbike as well and going at crazy ...
An uphill start meant after three miles our breakfast stop at Wandas was well deserved. And what a breakfast it was - the quesadillas were the best so far and will be hard to beat. Wish there were more Mexican breakfast options at home. Wind... 20mph headwind on a straight piece of road was tough but with the coastal views on our right, it was well worth the effort. Ange was slightly excited by the site of a train ...
Continuing on our mission to see all of the Oregon coast, we headed north to Heceta Head. This one is the iconic lighthouse out on a rocky promontory. Upon arrival, we gathered that each one of these lighthouses is run independently, each one a new experience in bureaucracy. This one ...
About a 4 hour drive today, not counting stops. More forests of Oregon cypress. Still on highway 101, at times with Oregon cypress on one side of us and sand dunes on the other. Started with misty rain at about Florence, fortunately we didn't want to stop at many places for the scenic views. Arrived at Schooners Landing, Newport at about 1.30. Too early to check in so took at drive to Walmart and Fred Myer ...
... when we heard the barking of the sealions.....the ones we paid to see earlier. They were in the port behind the fish plant. We could not see them well. We checked in the park in the port area, but across from the town. Ed and I walked a long way back across the harbor to try to see the sealions that we could hear, but they were barely visible. As I write this late at night they are barking to beat the band. We are usually near a highway or ...