Waldport Newport KOA
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Man skal lede længe efter en campingplads med samme udsigt - bugt, stillehavet og en bro.
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... can. Alas, the camera on my iPhone 4 was not quite up to the task of capturing the depth of the scenescapes we traveled through. We decided to stay two nights at Beachside State Park to enjoy the scenery, do laundry, restock our food, and rest our knees. We had so much fun hanging out with the other bicycle tourists our second night, that I forgot to take a picture of the sunset on the Wakonda Beach. Fortunately, there will be plenty more to ...
We have been at a beach house in Waldport, OR since Saturday. After 23 days on the road & staying in 1 room together most of that time, we are loving having more than 1 room & bathroom.
An unwelcome sickness has taken down 1/2 the family in the past 3 days. Reed woke up sick on Saturday morning & it continued on are short drive to the beach house. He was doing better by afternoon so we spend part of ...
... vehicles of the US from the earliest Reos and Model T Fords to the production models of the 60s, 70s and 80s. Most interesting were the custom built coachwork examples of Rollses, Cords, Bentleys, Cadillacs and La Salles from the 1930s... truly breathtaking art pieces in their own right.
In the afternoon we took to our bikes and rode 15 kms or so along the Rushton Way waterfront trail at the head of Puget Sound. Very nice, especially the return stop ...
... City I bumped into my buddy Gunther the German again. He's full of beans having taken it very slowly down the coast I missed on my sidebar to Portland.
On again the next morning south on 101 towards Waldport. The scenery along the way - once the early fog lifted - was beautiful. Gunther caught up with me as I stood taking a photo and we cycled on together - good to do for a change.
We'd been talking during the day of bike problems and ...
... pieces of wood that have come ashore. Some whole trees find their way up to the shore along the Oregon coast.
There was also an old salmon release area that looked like a rusted chute release. Apparently it's now used for diving during high tide. There were a lot of surfers out on the river outlet as well - at least two seems like a lot for that cold of water!