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... the ‘path’ became what appeared to be a dried out riverbed and Sophie suggested that the best option was definitely to go back. We did, rather quicker than we had ascended, as the realisation that we had gone very badly the wrong way off into a forest became very clear! We then spotted that the trail we had meant to take was about 5 metres to the left of the one we had taken, but the entrance was overgrown so we had seen the sign and ...
... of our day getting to this refuge.
We hope that we have outwitted the gods of snow & ice and are on safe shores as we proceed further southwards.The brief images we got of the Oregon coast before dusk settled displayed a panorama of unspeakable beauty and awesome character which we look forward to seeing tomorrow to be shared on the next blog posting.
Buenos noches y hasta manana
Marc & Maria-Lynn
... had clam chowder that was awesome!!
The cup Dave is pointing to says; NO CRABS ALLOWED
We ended the drive with seeing the sand dunes and they were impressive!!
We're spending the night in Florence, Oregon and tomorrow we head to Eugene!!
... spotted a couple of whales-another first for me.
We also went to the sea lion caves (which we got to see for free thanks to our volunteer friends), and that was pretty awesome. I couldn't stop thinking that it was created by Disney though. Back at camp and too full for a real dinner after our big lunch, we sat at the fire and had snacks that we dug up with some wine for Bess and me. We loved seeing them again. Next time Tom will be retired and we will have more ...
... ospreys fishing. We enjoyed a most peaceful evening and a great campfire.
Sunday's drive took us further west on 126 through the a good sized city of Eugene (traffic!) and to the coastal town of Florence. After looking at several campgrounds, we found a site in a forest service campground at the Oregon Dunes. The weather was great and the campground quiet. An evening climb to the top of HUGE sand dunes brought our first views ...