Sailor Jack Ocean Front Motel
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... 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 ...
... and the ocean.. no other ships, land, or wildlife in sight, but it isn’t scary or creepy, it is just interesting to me. It is pretty creepy looking straight down to the water when it is pitch black out though and you can’t see anything around you.
Anyway, from dinner we went backstage to do our hair, makeup, get our costumes set and ready, and to warm up! Right when we got backstage we saw streamers, a sign saying "IT’S SHOW TIME!" and a chair full ...
... the car the rain started to pick-up again. More high fives were shared as we were able to spare our things from getting soaked (however this did not prevent everything from being super damp).
The drive along the coast on this particular day was incredible. There's something about stormy weather that makes everything look as mystical as it ever could appear. It was gorgeous. I fell in love with Oregon. We stopped for lunch at a ...
... in, obscuring the tops of the mountains like a fuzzy white blanket, but not quite touching the ground.... very weird... nothing like our fogs at home. We had a cool and breezy day to travel a bit further north to Cape Lookout State Park. Couldn't resist a trip to the Tillamook Cheese Factory, more cheese (free samples!), and a healthy serving of their delicious ice ...
... see any sea creatures, but it was a really beautiful area with seals and birds. Very much worth the time to see, but I would make sure to be there at low tide.
Next stop is the Devil's Punchbowl, this is a large bowl naturally carved in a rock headland which is partially open to the Pacific Ocean. There were lots of surfers in the area on a beautiful beach.