Sailor Jack Ocean Front Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a night of extreme wildlife the morning was no better sleeping In the middle of a wood brings a certain charm but also a lot of squawking If its not crows and jays shouting at you to get up so they can forage your site it's the squirrels yep over here the squeak like birds all morning the brazen little buggers have with their allies the chipmunks have been raiding our ...
... awesome view of the Pacific Ocean. So beautiful. How could you ever get tired of that view. Found a lighthouse at Cape Mears, ice cream in Tillamook (the Cheese town), and lots of cheese at The Blue Heron and Tillamook Cheese Factory. A stop to step in the Pacific Ocean (it was cold). Dinner at Cafe Hawk Creek in Neskowin on our return trip back to the campground. ...
... to leave and ran into the exact Californian couple that had almost backed over me a few minutes before. They had heard the older gentleman and I'd like to think that they had an awkward moment and maybe felt a little guilty.
Dave and I enjoyed our stay at that campground, but we had gotten advice from our neighbor in the Tetons about campgrounds in the Pacific Northwest and were looking forward to those. He suggested ...
Once settled in we headed back to do the Otter Loop, a very narrow, windy strip of road that used to be the actual highway. It is now a one way strip that is barely wide enough for one car. We made several stops along here.
The first was at Cape Foulweather lookout, which is about 500 feet above the ocean. It was named by Captain Cook during a bout of stormy weather. There is a small gift shop with a funny little sign outside that ...
... feet squeaking in the silky,white sand. There were more great tide pools with the gigantic and gorgeous starfish that thrive in the cold, rich Pacific waters. We enjoyed watching the red-footed pigeon guillemots come into land on the sea stacks. They stick their feet right out in front of them which causes their body to form a strong crescent shape. Little did we know until we overheard a conversation at the visitor's centre that there ...