Motel 6 Lincoln City
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... on the bus journey were super-steep and there was an air of relief that we were traversing them in a bus. With the rain worsening we opted for a night in a hotel, which turned out to be a great place and a class above the other motels so far. It seems that the cheap range of motels, inns and hotels all fit into the same price bracket but vary enormously in terms of quality. This one was a great find - thank you Wacoma ...
... really simple. Then I watched the second half of some pool
games. We were getting close to Hawaii so the sun is really hot and the pool
looked so nice for all them to be playing fun, crazy games in. Then I caught
the last ten minutes of a Hawaiian dance class. That was amazing because I just
think of Tonja and the rest of my family, some of which I know and some I hope
to meet, that are Hawaiian and have performed this kind of dancing. I learned a
was Lincoln City and the weather finally started to break. We had a beautiful ride up the coast with
blue skies and fantastic views of the ocean.
The next day we started out on tour and Bruce spotted an interesting
place to check out. He turned around and
stopped at a glass blowing shop where you could pick the item you wanted to
make and do it yourself (with their help, of ...
... beach below us appears. This beach looks like no one has ever stepped foot on the sand. The beach wasn't at first easy to see as we were hiking into high winds with fog rolling over the near mountain.
We continued on up the mountain and found 13 elk within 50 feet on a rolling hill next to our trail. We had yet to see elk real close this trip and to see them with the view of the beach ...
... to be near perfect by the time we get home!
After arriving in Newport we drove to South Beach State Park, planning to stay there for the night. Once there we discovered that the RV sites were not situated to actually see the ocean and the nearest way to get to the beach was a ¼ mile long boardwalk. That would have been OK, but when we talked to one of the campground hosts, and she was wiping mosquitoes out of here eyes, we decided that ...