The Yachats Inn
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... protected cove was impossibly scenic and adorable (sorry no pic). I, as is usual about any lovely place we pass through, wanted to move there right away and Jon as usual laughed. We did pass the Oregon Dunes area before reaching Yachats - it stretches on for many miles along the coast. We saw some huge dunes from Hwy 101 and wish we had stopped to see more and maybe hike to beach ...
travels nearly straight up the western cliff to a lookout 2 miles away in
distance and nearly 1000 feet above sea level in height. Watching the sun set from as far west as one
can travel on this land mass was incredibly special. It felt like we were at
the end of the world looking out. For the first time I thought how easy it must
have been to think that the great Pacific Ocean was the end of ...
... we went out to see some of the local attractions. It's a bit like a very large Burnham-on-Sea. We visited Marsh's Free Museum and found the Jake the Alligator man and the world's largest frying pan. Although this pan was a replica apparently there really was a pan this size made in the 1940s for a huge shellfish frying breakfast.
... brother to set up our tents. Gabe and I had our tent up in no time. And Martha and Brian put up theirs in almost the same time, maybe a little slower. Then we broke out the beer, and headed over to the gathering area. There was volleyball, a bonfire, great music and wonderful people. We ate, we drank, we danced, and we all had a good time.
In the morning, they made pancakes and eggs, which were great cause I ...
... s so nice to have a toilet. haha. We could see Heceta Head Lighthouse from there and we also saw an interesting bridge. I liked the way the light showed through the cut out designs in it. Actually, we've seen many beautifully designed bridges along the way - and quite old ones too, I think.
Our next stop was one I have to admit we were drawn into hook, line and sinker. It was a typical ...