Yaquina Bay Hotel
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... s for the night and played a good ole game of Settlers.
Matt made us a yummy breakfast in the morning and we played games with the girls. Showed them the invisible ball trick and Isla asked many adorable questions. "What color is the invisible ball?" "Can I keep one?" "Can I have another one?" Off to Washington.
... fragrant, and the other being mithered by his pit bull, Rocky, to throw a stick, and listening to the girl wearing nothing but a bra, singing 'Ave Maria' in a lovely pure tone.
That night it rained, and continued to rain intermittently during the day as we continued past historic Mott Bridge, the last remaining three hinged timber arch bridge built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in ...
... route 138 and then 38. I know I was grateful to re-join a quiet two lane road. This particular one followed the beautiful, wide, evergreen lined Umpqua River which took us all the way to the coast.
We joined up on the coastal highway 101 at Reedsport and began seeing huge sand dunes along the sides of the road. The dunes eventually made way for ...
... out the toilet's contents into the sewage receptacle. I'm so pleased that we don't number 2 in the cassette toilet. When the day began proper we popped down the trailer and headed off to Yachats for our real beach camping adventure. We had predicted a 2 hour - 3 at the most - jaunt down the coast. Delusional. We stopped in Lincoln City and had a delicious lunch at Kyllo's. I ordered the grilled fish tacos (halibut) and Mel ordered the stuffed halibut. It ...
... before any hospitalizations, the real show vegan from across the river.
There they were: the fireworks. It felt like the 4th of July! It was nothing like the fancy pants shows we have in Chicago, but it was nice enough. ...