America's Best Inn & Suites Lincoln City
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... Lincoln city. The trip should have been around 2 hours but took closer to 3 with all the traffic jams! The driving was not pleasant although the scenery was beautiful! The worst part of the day was not only being stuck in traffic but really needing a bathroom and realizing how hard they can be to come by during this traveling experience! We finally made it to Lincoln city and stopped at a gas station to fill up and use the bathroom. After waiting ...
... the car the rain started to pick-up again. More high fives were shared as we were able to spare our things from getting soaked (however this did not prevent everything from being super damp).
The drive along the coast on this particular day was incredible. There's something about stormy weather that makes everything look as mystical as it ever could appear. It was gorgeous. I fell in love with Oregon. We stopped for lunch at a ...
... north. WOW, do we like whale watching. We travel north with spectacular views of the ocean from time to time. We arrive at the Port of Newport Marina and RV Park. We check in and go down the block to Hatfield Marine Science Center. A serious research center but this is educational, especially for kids, of all ages. There was a touch tank and many fish. We ventured into Newport, a coastal resort town on a Friday night in summer in a 27 ...
... in, obscuring the tops of the mountains like a fuzzy white blanket, but not quite touching the ground.... very weird... nothing like our fogs at home. We had a cool and breezy day to travel a bit further north to Cape Lookout State Park. Couldn't resist a trip to the Tillamook Cheese Factory, more cheese (free samples!), and a healthy serving of their delicious ice ...
... see any sea creatures, but it was a really beautiful area with seals and birds. Very much worth the time to see, but I would make sure to be there at low tide.
Next stop is the Devil's Punchbowl, this is a large bowl naturally carved in a rock headland which is partially open to the Pacific Ocean. There were lots of surfers in the area on a beautiful beach.