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This Travellog will be our last for the summer 2014. Saturday the 13th we will be headed home.
We had a couple of weeks in Seaside, Oregon that included Labor Day weekend. Always good good weather at Seaside and we do a lot of biking there, going around town. Did make it up to Astoria for the Farmers Market, so fun to look and see all the goodies from peoples gardens, crafts and flowers.
We arrived here in Newport a week and ...
Waved goodbye to Tim's family and embarked on the journey up the 10 mile, narrow mountain pass we needed to cross to return to the Ocean. I think Tim had been exaggerating a bit the night before when he warned us of the barrage of logging trucks that would be barreling by us at breakneck speeds, the treacherous gravel we would be forced to traverse, and hills so steep they would make us cry (ok, he didn't actually say this exactly, but it's not too far ...
Oregon coastline. Our first stop was in
Brookings, just over the CA/OR state line.
We did a little touring along the coast but it was mostly foggy and hard
to see much. One place we stopped was
Port Orford, an old fishing village without a harbor. All of the fishing boats have to be lifted
out of the water, up onto the land. When
we got back to the campground, Bruce started to ...
We then drove approximately 115 mile to the trail head of Cascade Head Preserve. This hike will go down as one of the coolest hike of the trip. The Nature Conservancy Lower Head trail was around 4.5 mile round trip, moderate to strenuous in difficulty and easy in technicality. The difficulty and vista views are what make this hike so special. The trail to the vista is much ...
... the parking lot for turning around.
It was SO worth the drive. A short hike took us to an overlook where the views were spectacular. I am going to attach Roy's pictures because his camera is so much better than mine. There is a lighthouse there, about 12 miles offshore. We could see the waves crashing into the rocks and the spray going halfway up the sides of the lighthouse. Looking south, you could see Cannon Beach and the famous Haystack ...