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... the valley climbing to 4669 feet. After the mountain area we again cross barren land, rocky landscapes, buttes, high dessert. All this is just a couple of hours. We came across a high butte to a beautiful area of farming. The Oregon university had an experimental station. Along this road some of the fields were marked with what was growing! We have wished for that for YEARS!!!!!!! We saw a cut field marked garlic. I hate that we missed seeing it. We saw alfalfa, ...
... coastal campsite. We drove down and the road took us close and away from the coast. We winded thru some farm towns, temperate forests, swamps and also sandy stretches of beach. We were driving a while and I thought Shima would enjoy another frolic on a beach. I didn't know where we would be staying just yet but I knew we were in the general area. I hit a little town and decided to pull back to stop at the local grocery ...
... that we had seen very little wildlife on this trip, two deer ran across the road in front of us which was fun. At the 5,000 ft. elevation point, we started to see snow along the sides of the road. It was much more than "just a little" by the time we reached the top!
The fee station was several more miles up the road. When we stopped to show our “old ***** pass” the mosquitoes were out in ...
... a reminder that our roadtrip is almost over. We were saying...."We only have a week and a half left of vacation." Then laugh because normally a week off would be a long vacation for us. It really puts things in perspective.
We didn't know where we would stay tonight. We could make Grants Pass by 9pm if we wanted to push through. After some texting to my brother, Todd, who resides in Grants Pass, ...
... is it? Only kayaking I did up there was the one day on Lake Crescent; otherwise, drives, walks, coffee shops, reading and sleeping. I'd have done more paddling Monday in the puget sound/hood canal area, but it was kind of overcast and just
didn't appeal to me.
The drive back down here to OR was disappointing ,
as the WA route took me through a lot of clearcut areas and I ...