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... moved onto Indian Beach which was a protected cove so we could strip down to the bathers and relax in the sun. It was a perfect temperature to lay in and felt good to be back by the coast again. Dan even tried to go for a swim but didn't get much further than ankle deep as it was freezing!
We stayed for a couple of hours then had to head off to do some very exciting laundry before the sun was due to set and we wanted a front row seat on the beach for that. Across ...
... to catch up on a lot that has happend since our OSU days over 40 years ago. Great time.
Jim and Suzanne, good friends from our Oregon State University days, drove over from Portland today. It's been 10 years since we last saw them when they visited Scottsdale. What a wonderful day we had together, remembering our camping, fishing, clamming trips to Newport ...
... wild flowers along the road. Odd rocks stick up out of the ocean and you can't help but wonder, why there?
A friend told us to stop at Cannon Beach-two nights have become three as it is a great spot. The 80 degree temps help and I will be sorry to leave in the morning. We will have a lot of places to return to when we finish this trip!
I am still not sure about listening to Andy's iTunes in order. Tomorrow, I think I will insist on an audio book!
... stopped yesterday at Dunes City, just south of Florence, on the Woahink Lake. Today we are camped just south of Tillamook, as we will be heading over the mountains again in the morning.
This afternoon we drove to Garibaldi to see the Oregon Coast Scenic Railway. Unfortunately the running season hasn't started yet but Cliff was able to see some of the stock. Then we stopped off at Tillamook Cheese Factory to sample some cheese and ice cream.
Our presenter today, Molly O'Neil, talked about the importance of voice in writing. She emphasized the importance of making your writing stand out among the thousands of other works. Every story, no matter what the storyline or plot may be, has been told in some way. It is up to you, as a writer, to tell your story in a unique way to make it stand out among the others. Molly talked about the ...