Gearhart by the Sea
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... located at some very impressive outlook points which gave us a great chance to take in some of this very cool coastline. It also often gave us time to meet some travelling Americans and hear some great stories. Case in point was our first lighthouse stop off near the town of Yachalt where we met an elderly couple who got married at that very lighthouse 21 years before and were actually there on their anniversary. We sheepishly explained we had 18 years to ...
... in life that she reminds me. Sucks to be her....ha ha. HEY, it's my bog, isn't it?
I took a gagillion photos of these cars (I'll include a small amount here), and if someone can tell me what to do with the rest, we're there. You can buy some of these cars that were for sale, but cash in the six figures. Holy ****. I wouldn't do it since I already look styling' in my Smart car.
... little younger than us, but we sure keep up with them! We were all going to do some boating, but Don forgot his canoe paddles -- Ha, Ha, sounds like something we might do! So, with gorgeous sun this weekend, we did several bike rides and one hike.
Our hike took us up toward Warrenton - a peninsula that juts out into the ocean where the Columbia River flows - right on the tip of Northern Oregon border. We hiked a 2 ...
... onto the beach near Haystack Rock in hopes of seeing some Puffins. It is breeding time for many birds. Unfortunately the tide was in so we couldn't get too close. ...
... We needed to get something to eat, so pulled off the highway to some hick town where at least there was a Subway to ease the hunger pains.
Our hosts had suggested we call them when we arrived in Naselle, but cell phone coverage wasn't working here. Thank goodness the public library was open, and a very helpful lady showed us where there was a free telephone.
Directions out to the farm were fun, but there was ...