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... little RV park in Port Orford, Oregon-- southern Oregon, maybe 50 miles from the California border. Made a wonderful spaghetti dinner-- Denis polished off a bottle of Valpolicelli minus the one inch I drank and we went for a walk. Now, getting our internet fix. Haven't missed it much but nice to have it tonight.... Probably some crib after a bit so I can catch up-- last night's games left me the loser -- three to one.
... Inn - which is right on the cliff - overlook the sea and the port - the only 'open sea harbour' in Oregon and one of only 6 dolly ports in the world (where they regularly (ie daily), hoist out the fishing and pleasure craft out of the water by cranes.
We were hungry by now too - so we ended up at the 'Crazy Norwegians Cafe' - a most magnificent fish and chip shop run by some Norwegians!
... people were genuinely interested in us and the trip.
If you take away the populations of the metropolitan east and west coasts our impression is that by square area of land there is a large amount of poverty. Not crushing homelessness but large areas of the country away from the coast, provide a pretty tough living for a lot of people.
The geography of so much of the US means living there is about survival rather than ...
... a 4x4. Funnily enough no one has a 4x4. In fact they all do but what they are too polite to say is that they don't want to get it covered in sand for some Limey utter utter utter idiot knob utter idiot who though it would be cool to ride into the Pacific Ocean.
4 hours to dig it out with the help of three tourists and travel the 100 feet to my super cool hotel overlooking my buried motorised bicycle,.
Its been a hard and emotional day. I wish Bill has been with me.
... it is in our furry friends interest to bring them with for the four hours that we man the lighthouse. They are left in the truck where they are very comfortable. During lulls in visitation we walk and water them.
We relieve our counter parts a little early in order to assist their closing of the cash register and in the relief of the tower tours so they can go home at a reasonable hour. We have one half of ...