The Yachats Inn
- Hot tub
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... They've definitely triggered the most swearing so far, although we've refrained from any (obvious) hand gesticulations - not a good idea in the US. We reached Newport, stocked up on a few bike essentials and exited this quaint little town across a beautiful bridge. After a quick glimpse at some quirky chainsaw woodcutting, we continued along the 101. As daylight faded, we decided to stop at Subway and ended ...
... s been woken up by rabble knows that this is charitable name calling. The drive to Cape Perpetua is a short one, perhaps 15 minutes. We drove to the top, paid to park ($5), and went to the sign-board to find a suitable hike. Right - we're at the top of an ancient lava flow now. The hikes go downhill... So down we went! It was a steep and rough path but only 3 miles round-trip. We had snacks at the bottom and then came back up to see the view with a little less fog than when ...
After leaving the Dunes, we headed north up the coast to Cape Perpetua. On the way, we stopped at a little farmers market in some coastal town. Wasn't very big but had some very interesting booths and many hippies. Upon arriving at the cape, we stopped at the information desk and they sent us to a couple different interesting areas. First was the lookout atop the cape which allowed for some amazing views of the coastline. Jared & ...
... went back to work but we got the whole day with Holden. Gabe and Holden got to spend some great quality time together playing. We met Martha for lunch at Benny’s, which is Brian’s family's restaurant. It was super delicious. That afternoon Gabe, Holden and I went and played tennis. Holden told us turn by turn how to get to the tennis courts, man he is so smart! We hit the tennis balls around the court for awhile, and then heard from Martha that we could all go out on ...
... reached the edge of our country. It was an awesome moment I will never forget.
On the beach was the wreck of Peter Iredale. It was mostly under the sand, but really neat to get to see it up-close.
Ecola State Park was really cool, including the scenic drive into the park. Our video of the drive doesn’t look as good as the ride was, but we had ...