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Same old, same old trip with my cycling buddies: Bill, Mark, Reginald, and Anthony. Normally John is here, but he's transitioning back from nearly two years in Rio and is currently a month-long transient in Boulder, where he appears to be squeezing in a bit of work between hiking, biking and yoga classes.
We've been doing this for 10 years now. (It can be frightening to see photos from back then and contrast them with the images reflected ...
... Kindergarten Cop." The idea of tracing the steps of Mr. Kimble through the grounds of Astoria Elementry was very appealing to me, proven by the fact that I made Maya take numerous photos on the schools front steps. Literally around the corner is the Goonies house. The house has a sign at the end of its streets asking you to make the final journey on foot, it also had a small donation box out the front for any kind ...
... some more touristy then others but all beautiful landscape. This area also has great produce. We stopped at a blueberry farm. It was their last day of the season and we picked up 2 pounds for nominal amount. It will be a great addition to my oatmeal. We pulled over at a large lookout by Manzanita hoping to see a clear sunset but it clouded over. Great time in Washington State next up Oregon. I am now all caught ...
We are having such fun on this trip. We again set out early, and headed south stopping at Forks for breakfast (famous for being the filming site of the vampire TV series). Drove right down the west coast of the Olympic peninsula, spectacular scenery, stopping at little coves and then ...
... of Oregon, which has state public access to the beach every few mules, Cannon Beach's main feature, the Haystack, was surrounded and blocked off by private property. No problem there because about a mile and a half down the road at the end if the well-to-do community is a public access site. First we ate at Mo's where I enjoyed an annual feast of steamed clams in garlic and butter broth. Then we walked along the wide packed strand to the Haystack. This huge ...