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An uphill start meant after three miles our breakfast stop at Wandas was well deserved. And what a breakfast it was - the quesadillas were the best so far and will be hard to beat. Wish there were more Mexican breakfast options at home. Wind... 20mph headwind on a straight piece of road was tough but with the coastal views on our right, it was well worth the effort. Ange was slightly excited by the site of a train ...
... standing by it for so long. It was really a great even though and
the one woman who took part said that she was a cancer survivor last year and
really appreciated us doing this event.
From there Warren and I watched Naomi’s trivia. There were 20 questions and I
got 8 right! Then we all had a meeting in the passenger gym to talk about this
deck party we are doing in two days. We just went over a few line dances and
what they expected of us at ...
... come out!
Then we were on the road again....to Lincoln City and the Oregon Coast! We arrived at the Devil's Lake State Park in Lincoln City just in time to set up camp and head back into town for some delicious seafood. Being so close to the ocean, I just had to run and splash and play.
When we returned to our campsite, we found the invasion of the slugs!
(Posting/catching up on June 30th - Happy Birthday, Mom!)
... site within minutes of us going to bed for the night! We didn’t get any grief from them though. One amazing thing about Umpqua State Park was that they had FREE. HOT showers!!!! Our first hot shower in a week!! It was heavenly and now I am squeaky clean. What a treat!
At Umpqua we walked up to the Lighthouse to try our luck at spotting whales. The Oregon coast is really good for spotting grey and humpback whales. ...
Leaving the wine country behind us we continue north driving the Highway 101. This is redwood country and the trees dominate the roadside and intimidate the drivers - well they did me. The Avenue of the Giants winds through the trees for 30 miles.
We stopped for the night at Eureka where the weather has changed and the temperature ...