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... at Levi's beach house once before, I knew we had a bunch of options for activities around the area. However, as I looked at the weather report, it said 100% chance of rain throughout the day. The planning side of me told me to "stay inside," since I didn't have any of my outdoor gear to handle that. The new, adventurer side of me said, "go crabbing, who cares?!" I let the logical side win this time, since Levi also hesitated, so we ...
... Bryan Volwater's pieces ( see pics). That place was just North of Port Orford. Pretty cool carvings huh? We stopped at The Crazy Norwegian's diner...I Finally found a T-shirt for ME! Yay! They also win the prize for the BEST clam chowder so far! Joanna loves clam chowder...her most disappointing was at Fisherman's wharf! Watered down and not enough clams...the flavor was OK ...
... it sure gets the job done. The Fox proceeded to trot proudly across the gaping-tourist filled street showing off his fresh kill. An unreal experience.
We arrived at Yellowstone to a full campground and decided to drive around and look for the friendliest looking camper and ask them/him/her if we could share their much coveted site (we were not the only ones who got dogged due to late arrival.) We drove up to a site with a huge ...
... sunset, but it was getting a little late and we had a bit of trouble finding the parking area for hiking. So, we just drove up the top and got some beautiful pictures of the sun going down over the Three Sisters and Mount Bachelor. In the distance, we could also see Mount Jefferson and even Mount Hood further off. That was where we would be heading tomorrow. As the sun went down and it started to get dark, we headed back to the hotel. ...
... to us than a bookstore.
Of course, a night jaunt to the most visited monument in the world, the Eiffel Tower was a must. And so we walked into the Paris Metro once again, trusting the instincts of Gwenn and Carolyn to decipher how many trains we would have to take and to which direction… always an adventure.
Had maybe the best dinner of the trip at the Boulevard Saint Michelle in a place found by Barry ...