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We drove down the wonderfully scenic route 101 along the coast of Oregon. Ahhhh, such beauty! The coast is rocky, rugged, windy and undeveloped-NICE! We stumbled upon the Carl Washburne State Park in Florence. They had one spot left for the night and we sure lucked out with the location. We walked the tree ...
Leaving friends is always bittersweet but we must be moving on.
We are still heading north up Highway 101 and pass through an area known for having the largest Elk herd anywhere. (Sorry, I forget the name of the town).
The tree's are thick and ...
We continued south to the city of Florence and the tiny town of Dunes City, which we explored two of Oregon's amazing natural wonders: the Oregon Dunes and Siltcoos Lake. Included within the Siuslaw National Forest, the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area stretches for 40 miles (64 km), the largest coastal sand dunes in North ...
... back around 1955. She would be one of many people to inquire with Chris as to whether the royal baby had been born yet. Having not yet been contacted on his royalty hotline phone by his mate Prince Harry or the Prime Minister, we had to let her down easy and say 'sadly not yet'. She took the news well and offered us a map of the place (The 'map' was actually just a coloring book page - she must have known what simple minds she was dealing with) It was not bad, ...
... that they only run in the mornings at this time of year so was a bit disappointing, however he did tell us about sand dune buggies about an hour and a half down the road so decided to head that way and suss it out. Before getting that far though we found a lovely beach at a place called Battle Rock decided to get out and have a walk and dip our toes in the freezing ocean, massive crabs on the beach, make ones you see at Nelson beach look like insects! ...