Siletz Bay Lodge
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... get a chuckle when we spotted Gnat Creek, but haven’t seen a Sandy Creek or Emu Creek anywhere.
Anyways, like I said, it’s now 7:00PM. We still haven’t seen our mysterious host, but we’ve found a key and are sitting here looking for whales. The mist has lifted a bit, so who knows?
PS: They reckon that a human can smell a dead skunk from about a mile away. Obviously 'they' weren't driving past in a car - peeeeeeeew!!!
... camped in a State Park. It wasn't the most pleasant experience with misunderstandings and uncomfortable moments between us and another group. We moved sites (with their help) and packed up first thing in the am. We didn't take a picture at this site.
We hit the road with the goal of making it to a hotel in Port Angeles for the night befor taking off to Vancouver Island to see the family and pick up our boy.. :)
Сегод 85;я я продв 80;нулся совсе 84; на крохо 90;ное расст 86;яние по напра 74;лению к югу. ...
... the prisms bounce the light around inside and then reflect it back out at the preferred angle so that all light beams line up. Very simple and very clever!
For lunch I parked the van up at a parking lot overlooking the ocean waves, where I watched some surfers practice their art. After eating I took a stroll to the end of the roadway, where there was a Memorial Bench. On that bench was a nice plaque with the following quote:
... br> In a parking lot a huge Dodge from Montana parked next to us and a tiny man climbed out of it with a help of a ladder that folds out automatically. You could probably transport a couple of cows in the back of the car. I just don’t understand why Americans are so obsessed with huge cars. A pick-up truck makes a lot of sense if you are a farmer and need to transport stuff. However, most pick-up trucks we saw are driven in the cities and usually the only cargo they carry is ...