Days Inn Portland South
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... Bakery. We'd been told to try the Marionberry and Huckleberry smoothie, so Jonathan did. While it was being made, we took full advantage of free cookie sampling. Robyn loved the lemon shortbread cookies which were dipped in white chocolate, Jonathan pretended to be healthy loving the oatmeal cookie.
The smoothy tasted like ice.... so we set it aside and headed south again. As Mount Hood loomed, we stopped for another photo op, and left ...
... of the sea and coast. The coast is largely sandy bottom with lots of medium to large to gigantic rocks. The day started out with a slight drizzle and then went downhill. Fog moved in cutting visibility and making most photos of very poor quality. The drizzle turned to rain and kept switching back and forth all day long.
One of our stops was at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. They had a great interpretive center that discussed the life of a lighthouse keeper. Interesting point, ...
... Ours backs onto a wooded hill so we actually feel like we have no one behind us. Also the sites are offset so we are about half way down the neighbors site and there are bushes in between. The sites are very spacious with a space to back the camper in and then a large open square next to the drive with a picnic table and fire pit. It is also full service unlike many state campgrounds that only have electric, or only have water, and almost none have ...
... in front of a monkey enclosure, only to get caught up in one of the talks that ended up happening around us. We carefully slipped away around half way through. The animals looked healthy, the keepers seemed knowledgeable and nice and there was plenty to see, talks to attend and lots of the animals were visible - although some were hidden out of the midday sun as it was a scorcher. The zoo was fun and took up a good 3 hours, so we wandered back over to ...
... spent the day today (Monday) exploring the city. The weather has been gorgeous again (about 90 degrees F). We had a fantastic lunch at the Deschutes Brewery pub and the a good wander around taking everything in. We visited The famous Powells Bookstore which is the biggest in America and takes up a whole block!! Just having a nice drink in the sunshine before finding somewhere for dinner later. More photos attached and will catch up again soon - next destination Seattle ...