Whalers Rest RV & Camping Resort
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... degrees and of course it started to drizzle. Luckily we already were wearing our rainsuits since we were so cold, so it was no big deal.
At Tillamook, we wanted to take the WA-131 scenic route along the shore, but the fog and rain had gotten so bad, we wouldn't have been able to see anything so we just stuck with US-101S, still a beautiful road. As we headed further south, we encountered more ad more beach towns. The ocean ...
... where the road winds around through Cape Kiwanda and Cape Lookout to Cape Meares. We made it as far north as Oceanside before running into road construction and leaving for Tillamook. Oceanside is the prettiest spot on that highway, so we didn't miss too much.
Leaving the coast behind, we drove up the Wilson ...
... ownership of the U.S. Forest Service, which pleased me as my annual federal interagency pass covers any entrance fees. Then we see that there's no entrance fee, but rather a parking charge, not covered under the park pass. I'm always tickled with the government finds loopholes ...
After a couple of hiccoughs with the washing machine I finally managed to get 2 loads washed and dried. Didn't think I would ever look forward so much to doing washing! A drive down to the old wharf area this morning, quite quaint, lots of galleries selling local wok - nice but expensive. More seal!!! Lunch back at Schooners Landing, a plain old toasted cheese sandwich - nice. Downtown again to check out the wifi facilities at the library- good. Then off to Nye Beach. This ...
... is rare on a holiday weekend to fund state sites so we took it and set up camp. The site was next to a marsh that was filled with Jurassic looking ferns and plants with four by two foot leaves fanning out. These were surrounded by moss covered ferns.