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... the neighbors and one
of them just got back from crabbing.
They ended up giving us a couple of Dungeness crabs and a red rock crab
and offered to take us crabbing the next day.
What a great experience! We
learned how to catch and clean crab plus we had an incredible feast at the end
of the day! We had 7 Dungeness
crabs! We moved on to Bandon, OR where
we camped beside a ...
... re-boarded the bus they each sat on either side of the aisle one row from the back. There was one guy in the middle of the back row taking up all five seats. He had a knapsack and some other bags with him. As the bus pulled out Rick noticed this somewhat rough looking young man talking to himself in a fairly agitated but quiet voice. He was constantly rocking fore and aft, fore and aft. Occasionally he would stand up only to sit right back down. Rick decided ...
... 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 ...
... normal; ">We drove back up toward Depoe stopping at Otter Rock a mile away. Here is the open topped sea cave known as Devil's Punchbowl. Mo's has a tiny grill next door where they prepare a sampling of their menu. I ordered clam fritters, which deepened my new found love for clams.
From here we could see a lighthouse to the south.
... The sun was shining
through the lantern and the red lenses glowed.
-Octopus Tree: A Sitka Spruce 250-300 years old.
-More fabulous views
Oceanside Beach: Sunset between the Three Arch Rocks. Wow!