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... top of each other, trying to enjoy the fleeting hours of sunlight. Ana managed to fall on her face here and cut her forehead. She recovered quickly, but is not into the bandages. We climbed up into the old growth Sitka spruce glen where I felt like I was in Alaska . The Octopus Tree was a misshapen Sitka with limbs that spread out up to 16 feet from the base. It is over. 100 feet tall and estimated to have seen three centuries pass. Along the trail back ...
Ok! So we are in Lincoln City warming up for the Bumper Sticker tour. I've figured out what to do each day at Yellowstone...now to figure out the daily itinerary at Glacier. We will be watching music tonight and just relaxing. It is absolutely gorgeous here at the beach today. However, I am ready for a good nap...coastal coma has officially taken hold of my inner body!!!
... because in the rough seas it is hard to see them. These guys don't have sonar like toothed whales and dolphins which would enable them to see us. If we hit one that could not only hurt them but could sink us!
Our next port of call will be Newport, OR made famous by Ken Kesey's second novel, "Sometimes a Great Notion." We think our next great notion will be to spend a couple of days in Newport.
... excited to sleep in a real bed under one blanket versus being zipped up together in a sleeping bag!
I don't want it to sound like I'm complaining because the last two and a half weeks have been amazing but it is just crazy how these little every day things can feel oh so good!!
Looking back over the last couple weeks I realize we have covered so much ground, laid our eyes on amazingly beautiful scenery, met some cool people (people always love Canadians, we realize ...
... were used to store hay. In 1993 hangar A burnt to the ground leaving just the concrete end door supports. Lucky for us that hangar B is still standing and is the site for the museum.
When we came out of the museum it was raining so hard it was like a waterfall on the sides of the hangar. Fortunately as we drove back to the campground the rain stopped for a short while so we decided to drive the Cape Loop Road along ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCape Kiwanda RV Park Pacific City
Hier gibt es alles: Full hook up, Laundromat, einen guten Laden, nette Restaurants, einen tollen Strand, eine riesige Sanddüne, Tidepools, Brandung, Surfmöglichkeiten etc. Der perfekte Platz für einen längeren Aufenthalt!
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