Seal Rocks RV Cove
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Miles from last stop: 210
Total miles: 563
After breakfast, the kids were desperate for a last play on the sand dunes. After a couple of lessons, we stopped off in Florence on the way to Yachats. Florence has a lovely Old Town which is very quaint. Since it was almost 2pm and we were TOTALLY out of food in the RV and were dead hungry …
... the ocean, with tightly spaced houses looking out over the ocean. In the town of Oceanside, we decide to walk a short way on the beach and go to a tunnel in the shear rock cliff face. It goes through the cliff and onto another beach only accessible by the tunnel. The tunnel was originally a natural tunnel, but they had to reinforce one face of it due to falling rocks.
With my recent knee surgery, I've had to be careful where and how I've walked ...
... fragrant, and the other being mithered by his pit bull, Rocky, to throw a stick, and listening to the girl wearing nothing but a bra, singing 'Ave Maria' in a lovely pure tone.
That night it rained, and continued to rain intermittently during the day as we continued past historic Mott Bridge, the last remaining three hinged timber arch bridge built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in ...
... of every cliff in the state of Oregon. I had enough of that yesterday and last night that it was nice to have more of a straight shot today. Of course that meant a little bit less coastline but considering the alternative was redwoods I was ok with it. There are also WAY more hitchhikers up here! The first guy I saw was this older dude with long hair and a white beard, and he actually shook his finger at me as I drove by!! Like I was ...
... whale watching center, posted only one sighting today. We admired the begging seals in the harbor hoping for scraps of crab and fish from the deckhands cleaning the catch of a chartered trip. We also spotted a rare sight: two baby seagulls. We took to shopping the strange stores up and down Depoe Bay's drag and then headed south to the southend of the bay. Here we saw a few spouts, but then nothing. Maybe it was in our heads. Maybe we just wanted there to be ...