Cozy Cove Beach Front Resort Inn
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... Marilyn pulled a muscle in the back of her leg when in Seaside and was still nursing it with walking and heat. Much better as we write this, but still being very careful of it. Then she came down with a cold last week, now over with and back to regular self.
We have taken the boat out twice on Beaver Creek and it was both beautiful days. This creek offers some of the most beautiful reflections, as the water is so still in early ...
... If anything, his boasting made the climb seem rather easy, by comparison. After summiting, we were both excited for the 25 mile downhill in store for us to Beaver, the longest descent either of us has ever ridden. The route was rich with fall colors, creeks, cascades pouring from the craggy bluffs, and steep sections of glorious downhill. I documented as much as I could on the slower patches. Beaver itself wasn't much to speak off. It consisted mainly ...
... the neighbors and one
of them just got back from crabbing.
They ended up giving us a couple of Dungeness crabs and a red rock crab
and offered to take us crabbing the next day.
What a great experience! We
learned how to catch and clean crab plus we had an incredible feast at the end
of the day! We had 7 Dungeness
crabs! We moved on to Bandon, OR where
we camped beside a ...
... trail to the beach on the Ozette Triangle Trail minus the board walk. This hike up to the vista is much more strenuous then the Ozette trail as it is straight up hill 1200 feet for 2.5 miles. The trees and moss are very much west coast hiking.
We suddenly emerge from the rain forest like trail to a chest high meadow of green. As we continued to walk up hill in the meadow, a view of ...
... We headed down from Ecola Park into the town of Cannon Beach (named for a cannon that washed up on the beach in 1846). The town is full of character and even the newer homes have been built to look like shingled seaside New England houses. We followed the main road through town, had a moment of panic when we sailed past the sign that said "return to highway" but continued on and discovered the road joined the highway again in several spots. Phew - navigator ...