Inn at Yaquina Bay
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... called "The Parkside". I had biscuits and gravy and Laurie had dungeness crab quiche. It was a simply superb breakfast! From there, we headed south towards Tillamook.
Just north of town is the Tillamook Cheese Factory, one of the Oregon coast's biggest tourist attractions. We figured we would pop in and check it out....not wanting to burn a lot of time. We figured it would be a guided tour and take a few hours....and it didn't. We were there ...
... Harley Davidson in Gladstone is where we had it done. They were very nice and took care of us as well as soon as they could and I would recommend them to anyone coming out this way. Since it took a little longer we knew we wouldnt make our next scheduled stop for Florence, OR. We ventured on thru very HOT weather and made it to the West Coast (YEAH) in pretty good time. The tempertaure dropped from about 90 to 60 in less ...
We were on the road at 10:15 looking for museums in Newport. They all appeared to be closed on Wednesdays. We could not find the entrance to the Pacific Maritime and Heritage Center, so decided to head north on highway 101. Our first stop is back to Yaquina Head Lighthouse so Gene can take some more pictures. The interpretive center is ...
... As our little adventure continued he turned out to be the "Rain Man" of the Newport $1 bus loop schedule. Albeit you can't quite understand what he is saying.
We stop again and pick up another young man. He's wearing a bright electric yellow glow-in-the dark jacket and a pair of shoes that were so long there must be a clown somewhere going barefoot. He sat just in front of Dee and began giving us the narration for our tour. "There's the college, ...
... the sun is Harry Flatters and is freezing cold. I had to empty my luggage on the side of the road and find clothes I wondered why I had bothered carrying 6000 miles.
All of you guys who see pictures of Oregon and want to live here, think again. Pretty it is. Warm it ain't.
I asked some locals and they said "you should come in the autumn, it is lovely"
My answer was "well I've come in the bloody summer and excuse ...