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... food carts at the end. Jake got a pound of BBQ chicken and I got a burrito. Both were huge but very cheap. We walked back to the car dealership, jumped into the car and used our Eugene-bought satnav to direct us to Sunset Bay. Just so I got the hang of it, I drove in a circle around the tiny car park before unleashing myself on the main road. The experience was surreal. The traffic systems are really strange. We also were told that yellow lines ...
... her grandmother taking pictures. What a coincidence! So we took a bunch of pictures, and even participated in one of the demonstrations ourselves. But when you both participate at the same time there is no one to take a picture and provide the photographic evidence. Duh.
When we finished up with the Vortex, it was getting close to noon, so it was time to get on the road to Coos Bay. The original plan was to head up ...
... side of the road, covering my gear in black grime. After remounting and aligning everything, It was immediately evident that something was wrong. The sound I had earlier was now amplified, and the freewheel had lots of play. Needing to get off the tight shoulder, I cautiously biked up the hill, the freewheel whining and grinding. I arrived at Sunset Bay an hour or so before the sunset, and relaxed as I enjoyed the sun set perfectly in ...
... Eventually we crossed the northern border of the Republic of California and found our home for the day at a small campsite just south of Pelican Bay State Park. At the recommendation of the camp host, who was a slow moving, slow talking, long haired, crystal necklace wearing, northern Californian, we took up residence in one of the two not well known beach campsites. It was the perfect spot we imagined on the California beaches, however, we still had that Oregon-style cloud ...
Following stays in Port Townsend, Long Beach & Newport, we awaken to a grey and damp Coos Bay morning. Noisily awakened I should add at 6:30am by the Coos Bay Railroad bringing boxcars and hopper cars loaded with sawdust & wood chips from a sorting area on one side of the Isthmus Slough across a rail bridge behind our room to the paper mill. After a light breakfast we decide to explore downtown Coos Bay which so far strikes us as a somewhat struggling ...
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