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... 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.. :)
... About 40 minutes later, we decided to give it a rest and head over to see fireworks. There was supposed to be a big Fourth of July celebration in Depoe Bay, but the federal government, hours before they were set to go down, forced Depoe Bay to give up it's twenty year tradition in fear that it might be upset animals offshore. The law against fireworks was 94 years old and this was the year that they chose to enforce it.
... I imagined it to be more automated. Funny thing - we saw the guy from Montana again :D
Then we went to Cape Meares State Park. For some reason I became very energetic (that is a very rare thing to behold) and raced Mindaugas to the lighthouse but when I got back to the car I fell tired and fell asleep again!
Finally, we found a nice motel (Lincoln City Inn) and now I’m wiring this while drinking red wine and thinking about the downstairs jacuzzi.
... br> On the west coast beaches there are small flocks of birds which feed along the waterline - sorry do not what they are called, but they are fun to watch as they run along the surf line - what amazes me is that they always stay just an inch ahead of the water. They run backwards and forwards with the waves managing to keep out of the water and feed. Wonderful clever little birds I could watch them for hours.
... that were also in the restaurant, and could quite sympathise with the group leader and the looks of the all the people also in the restaurant (they were actually quite well-behaved!). Yum chowder yet again, not a bad streak on this trip!
We continued a couple more miles north to the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area (odd name, we know) – which we guessed is another name for 'really fantastic ...