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... protected cove was impossibly scenic and adorable (sorry no pic). I, as is usual about any lovely place we pass through, wanted to move there right away and Jon as usual laughed. We did pass the Oregon Dunes area before reaching Yachats - it stretches on for many miles along the coast. We saw some huge dunes from Hwy 101 and wish we had stopped to see more and maybe hike to beach ...
generations ago. The fiery globe faded into the sea as we watched from an old
stone lookout hundreds of feet above the crashing ocean waves at the sunset.
The following day we took a trip down to the beach to see
the tide pools we heard so much about.
The Oregon coast consists of igneous rock called basalt created from cooled
lava millions of years ago. The ocean ...
... windy so everyone out flying kites which seems a big thing out here. We saw both horses and dogs on the beach. Which probably wouldn't be allowed on UK beaches in the summer.
Then on to a place called Yachats which is where we were to stay the night - Oregon House. We had booked a 'townhouse' here which essentially was half a small ...
... She gave us the tour and saved the best for last, the huge backyard. Gabe was very impressed and even a little jealous of the beautiful garden Martha had built and all the gorgeous flowers growing. We all enjoyed the beautiful day outside relaxing, catching up and playing with Holden. Brian and Aiden were in Lincoln City for a baseball tournament, so it was just the four of us. We did venture out of the house that evening to have dinner in Old Town.
... arrived after I'd gone to bed. God love him, I could barely make out where he was standing as my eyes hadn't fully opened and my panther-like senses were still in the tent. Anyway, once I'd figured out where he was standing, he handed me this tiny "attachment" bit. Turns out that when my hero rang the bike shop, this biker dude was in the shop. The shop said to him, just in case the pump doesn't work, would you drop this into the campsite (they knew he was coming ...