Yaquina Bay Hotel
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... there, there are drunk people without any clothes on!'. Of course, we continued up and over a rise to the said springs to find they were right - but we'd made the effort to get there and weren't going to give up that easily. The five or six small, terraced, rock pools were pretty full, but a few people were leaving the upper, hottest one and the remaining bathers invited us to join them, it would have ...
... State and National Park...um, yes please. Ok, everyone add redwoods to my list of favorite trees right next to eucalyptus because OH MY GOODNESS are they amazing!!! They're just so tall!! Maybe I like them so much because I can identify with them :) But seriously, these trees are crazy huge and just so majestic! I could wax philosophical forever about them, so I'll try to keep it together. But my oh my did I love them! I also love how ...
... and usually cloudy place. Cape Lookout was next. We drove around 500 feet above the ocean enjoying the views if the sea and the hulking trees of the rain forest. Soon we arrived at Boiler Bay Overlook, a state park wayside where last year we watched two gray whales playing and spouting in the ocean below. These are animals larger than the RV's I grumble about so seeing them puts one's life in perspective. The overlook is on a small cape at the north end if ...
... looking around!
Next we drove around the Newport Marina and saw the fishing industry at work. It is a very busy harbour with lots of fishing boats and processing plants right there. We decided to surprise the boys and booked a fishing charter for the next morning. We spent the rest of the day biking around the campground, walking on the beach, and just hanging out. Everyone was in bed early ...
... afternoon outing into the Pacific aboard the fishing boat Kadaho.
We raced down the coast, through the tight traffic of Lincoln City and made it to Depoe Bay in time. The first time I noticed Depoe Bay last year, it was a ...