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... we yet again struggled to find a campsite on a weekend night without a reservation. Finally, with a recommendation from a helpful park ranger, we headed up river away from 101 to find another privately owned campground. We passed a charred seafood restaurant swarming with fire trucks and wrapped in caution tape. The fire couldn't have happened more than a couple of hours earlier. We continued up the road and finally found the Chinook Bend campground, where ...
... main bed...we neglected to do this...but will try it tomorrow, since these are totally craptastic plastic foam mattresses.
A teen-aged girl operating her parents MASSIVE RV managed to get its back tire wrapped around the telephone/electricity poles cables that were secured to the ground...so that was fun to watch about 15 people try to maneuver it out over the next 20 minutes.
We continued and ended our night by the fire with some drinks ...
... park said they didn't expect us tonight, so they 'fit' us into a great site with a bit of an ocean view. And because they mixed up the reservation and had to fit us in, they comped the night for us. From our sight we can only see the ocean over the top of a few houses and cannot actually see the beach so this evening we walked down to the ocean and guess what ... we actually saw our first Oregon sunset. Although cold and a bit windy on the beach, ...
... We prepared for our journey as a boat pulled into the dock at the "world's smallest harbor" after a day in the "world's biggest ocean." The charter deckhands unloaded half a dozen plastic totes full of salmon and crabs. The fish cleaners got to work gutting and preparing the fish. As soon as the boat pulled in, a trio of harbor seals raced to the water under the cleaners and lifted their heads up out of the water, hoping for a scrap to fall. They looked ...
8-27: The drive from Netarts to Newport, OR, was through mountains, farms and the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway.
NEWPORT HISTORIC BAYFRONT:
--Yaquina Bay Bridge: beautiful stone architecture
--Port Dock: multitude of sea lions
--Bay Street: lots of shops and restaurants. Mo's for their famous clam chowder.
Yaquina Bay ...