Motel 6 Lincoln City
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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 the north where the captain saw a whale earlier. Andrew sat in my lap unsure about the noisy ship motor. I reminded him to look at the shore to avoid seasickness, but did not tell him about seasickness. I believe people get seasick mostly because they are expecting to be seasick.
... traps and then pulling them. So excited to see the trap full of crabs; then to find only 1 or 2 legal size males (females are illegal). Continued this process and were thrilled to end up with 16.
... tidal bore of about ten feet. After all the tsunami signage this made me a bit nervous but the view and atmosphere was great. We had planned to just make supper but after talking to one of the staff, we decided to head into Lincoln City for some sea food. After all that's part of the experience, isn't it? We spent the evening walking on the beach among the stumps washed onshore from winter storms. What a day!