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... sea front. This was such an interesting ride as the voluntary conductors gave a running commentary about the history of the place. They were so funny we all enjoyed that immensely.
Debra was inundated with various projects, that I volunteered to cook dinner, so we needed to buy the ingredients while in town for Helen's special lasagne. It turned out very nicely served with a green salad and Eric's home made bread.
... black with moss growing on some. The signs say this is action of the ocean. We travel up and down mountain roads, in and out of oceans views, through forests and towns. We kind of thought this would be mostly ocean views but not so. The temperature is really pleasant. The fog is heavy but thins through the day. We pass the 45th Parallel sign that is about a foot wide sign with no warning, so no photo. That is the point half ...
... at the large diversity of activities available in the region. In this weekend visit we could only begin to scratch the surface and realize the peninsula would make a great week long vacation destination. Here's some of what's available to you:
1) The Beach. Long Beach Peninsula boasts the longest drivable beach in the world, with ...
... endangering my friends and neighbors on Hwy 26.
After a stop at Camp 18 for breakfast I drove up to Ecola State Park, just outside Cannon Beach. Ecola Park has to have one of the best ocean views anywhere in the world. The sun and blue sky peeking through the fog only enhanced what is a wonderful view even on a bad day.
... for a walk. The tide came in and someone called the coast guard to tell them there was a car with its lights on in the surf and maybe they should check it out. So I guess they showed up but left quickly once they discovered it was unoccupied. As long as no lives were in danger, they had better things to do...Who leaves their car on a beach, with the lights on, and goes for a walk on the same beach and doesn't notice that the tide is coming in - not only on her but on her car ...