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Located on the Pacific Ocean in northern Oregon, Seaside is quite an aptly named city. Were it named "Funplace" or "Anything-to-do-town", I would have a different opinion.
I should mention: Seaside seems an extremely popular tourist destination in Oregon. An easy 80-mile jaunt from Portland along a major highway, it is indeed adjacent to the sea. What follows should not be read as a ...
... TSUNAMI WARNING EVACUATION ROUTE - great that gives me a great deal of comfort; DIP - hey are you talking to ME?; and my favorite - CEMETERY/RECYLE CENTER - Really in one day, out the next????? And, from the mountain areas - AVALANCHE AREA - NO STOPPING - oh, and I can't wait to stop and wait to be buried - ALIVE!!!!!
Day 142 - ...
... was one of healing and much insight.
I knew I needed to see the coast, but where? A little internet search in Portland lead me to Seaside, Oregon. I booked a $17 bus ticket for Monday morning to get from Portland to Seaside. The ride was a quick hour forty five climb over the Coastal Range and descent to the Pacific. The furs, the cedars, maples, hemlocks, and moss make for a very entertaining ride.
The friendly and knowledgeable bus driver pulled ...
... incessant rain. Some if the campers here were obviously living here because they had no home. It was a depressing little place, although well run. Every minute there would sound a loud "beep" from the nautical equipment at the bay mouth, along the jetty. We heard the sound all night long.
... but it has just as much of an extraordinarily complex ecosystem, which in turn produces an awesome atmosphere to behold. Without trailing through Wikipedia for dozens of details and making your eyes want to jump out the back of your head, here is a very, very basic summary of a temperate rainforest - its a forest, in the temperate zone (anywhere between the tropics and the poles), where it rains. A lot. These occur all over the world - UK woodlands are ...