Inn at Old Town
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... miles south, but that town was busy hosting a country music festival...rowdy cowboys.) After breakfast at a local diner, we walked to nearby Bullard's Beach as the morning mist evaporated into sunlight.
Now would be a good time to mention that none of these Oregon lighthouses are presently used to aid navigation. Flashlight technology has been replaced with ...
... sunset. Of course, it didn't take long for the kids to get naked, soaked and cold but it was well worth it!
Oh, and good news. I got in touch with Seaquest National Park and learned that my wallet had been found and returned. The campsite is full, but I was told to show up and hope for the best. Guess we know where were stopping on the way back.
... of the braces, ready to be shipped to Asia. We’d been there last Monday and the docks were empty. To think this many trees were felled and transported from Tuesday to Saturday is mind boggling. Harlan has pictures in the blog.
Tomorrow we are on our way to Tillamook. The Elks campground is out of town and a few miles inland, so it’s supposed to be warmer. We’re looking forward to more sunshine and warmer temps for a week or ...
... twenty odd U turns and headed completely off the route I had planned but eventually got to the town I had planned to be at only to find it was awful.
Ended up on Bandon.
Second problem was that although I left Eugene in 90+ heat I had assumed that it would remain.
What is wrong with the Pacific coast?
Blimey it is freezing ...
... rocks and more rocks, of ocean scenes and more ocean scenes.
The roads are winding, but so worth the extra time. Just so lovely.
We had wonderful campgrounds until the coastal CA state campgrounds. There the campgrounds are nothing special, no hookups but still $35. a night , needless to say we did not spend much time in the top half of CA.
Moved right ...