Inn at Yaquina Bay
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... morning. Dad says he and I will go to Starbucks while mom does her exercise thing. Mom and dad had lunch at a place called Local Oceans Seafood. Mom was happy to enjoy some oyster shooters. All the seafood is local and most of the seafood they buy off the local fishing boats. A stroll along the pier afterwards to see the Sea Lions was fun.....but are they noisy! More Newport tomorrow and then some hiking along with seeing Yaquina bay ...
... to the Umpqua River Lighthouse (pt 1) - without the red glass on the lens. Beyond a beautiful lighthouse, most memorable was the surrounding scenery plus the hiking trails that allowed us to see the best of it. Hopefully I've captured some of that for you:
Today is about scenic beauty at a very leisurely pace. We started later today at 9.15am and only had to travel about an hour before we had 105 minutes of free time. We went for a walk around the town and thought it really quaint. We first went around the fishing section of the town as the main support the town received was from fishing and lumber. When walking around the wharf we saw 3 seals in the harbour area ...
... but this takes the cake for noises outside the RV. It was a glorious day of sights in Oregon.Susan wants to add to this blog." Title is Susan Coon has been all over this state of Oregon. I have traveled four states, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Oregon.I had fun and a wonderful birthday trip this year. I took a lot of pictures. I got by book stamped a lot." ( her national parks book)"The temperature was 59 at About 10 pmEd drove 153 miles
... Oregon Coast Aquarium. It's not a cheap place ($18.95/adult, $11.95/child) but then zoos seldom are. And I must say that for what they offer to both kids and adults alike, it's a justifiable expense. It's indoor and outdoor and not at all large but very comprehensive. The focus is obviously on Oregon sea life but that's a pretty varied slice of life. There are lots of kids' interactive stations and the Deep Sea Tunnel of curved glass had all of us spinning ...