Dock of the Bay
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We took a while getting packed up in the morning, for we knew looming just around the bend was the intense hill to the lookout we had flew down the night before. Fast forward half an hour... Perched on the lookout, our view was obscured by a dense wall of conifers, so we decided to try one of the hikes to a lookout. We unfortunately picked the harder of the two, straight down the embankment ...
... Ocean. Around 6, we checked into our lovely motel, The Whaler, equipped with coffee and freshly popped popcorn in the lobby. Our room had a small "deck" facing the ocean with two chairs. It was cool (that was the other crazy thing about today, when we left Ashland it was 93 and on arriving in Newport it was 53!) and still very foggy meaning we could hear ...
We left our chilly beachy RV tent site in Florence with glee and headed north towards Lincoln City, OR. We thought it would be rude not to see the Heceta Head Lighthouse (supposedly one of the most photographed places in the U.S.) It was still very foggy. I think this trip actually rewards you for sleeping in till noon, unfortunately we had an early start so fog it was for the first part of the day (and most of the days before and after this) Just when my ...
... Lance and Roxie running downhill kicking sand up behind them. Before heading out we talked with a few rangers and they said the dunes were loaded with different plants and animals. Sure enough, we saw a banana slug and a coyote pup on the trails. The coyote pup was tucked into some plants on the side of the trail and neither of us noticed it until we were about 5 feet from it - Roxie didn't even notice it. "What the hell is that?!" Lance ...
... resident gray whales. The captains know each one by personality. The migrating whales are only seen in spring and fall. Occasinally an
orca or blue whale passes by, but it is rare. The state keeps a count of orcas as if they were bears or cougars. The orca feasts on the young greys from time to time, but are also fans of harbor seals and sea lions ...