The Harbor at Depoe Bay
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... really simple. Then I watched the second half of some pool
games. We were getting close to Hawaii so the sun is really hot and the pool
looked so nice for all them to be playing fun, crazy games in. Then I caught
the last ten minutes of a Hawaiian dance class. That was amazing because I just
think of Tonja and the rest of my family, some of which I know and some I hope
to meet, that are Hawaiian and have performed this kind of dancing. I learned a
... like Skittles, Hershey’s, and Goldfish. It was all set up from the current team that is here! They are seriously so sweet and supportive!
Before we knew it 8:15 hit, we did our Team Banana chant, and heard David the Cruise Director announce our cast and explain that this is our first show and that we are the audience’s babies so treat us well, and it was show time!
The singers start the show and then us girls dance in the second number, ...
... a part in one of the dances and I heard behind me Natalie puking. Right there, on the floor. Ugh, it was all such a mess today.
So we took a small break for that but we still had to push on. “You just have to soldier on”, “Push through it”, “have a full stomach”, “get your mind off of it”, was the advice we got. We were miserable, there is no way else to put it.
We finally finished running all of our numbers again. ...
... Siletz River. People were swimming and crabbing. It was 55 degrees so I'd rather be crabbing.... Not that I haven't swam in cold weather, but that's usually in hot springs. Near Depoe Bay, we stopped at the Boiler Bay overlook to seek grey whales, which are resident year-round in these parts. There was nothing but cold and wind until I gave up. As I was saying, "Let's get a campsite and look somewhere else," a whale spouted in the shallow kelp-filled ...
... normally have been wary of, got out of their car, analysed the situation and produced a saw with which they and Nigel dealt with the offending branch. They then obligingly backed up and into the side (inches from a precipitous drop) and we carried on to a stormy and windswept coast.
We drove into lovely , mist-shrouded, Florence and parked near to the wild and windy perch of Hecata ...