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Yesterday was another moving day with our traveling hotel. Another truck day with my back window giving me some fresh air while mom sits up front with her heated seat on. A few tense moments as dad drove through Portland, and a few discussions regarding turns between mom and dad. I sit trying to zone out and wait patiently to get back to the comforts of my couch in the moving hotel. We stopped at a small town called Lafayette, where mom and dad ...
... due. The tent is surrounded by rain forests with huge leaves and hills covered in tall Sitka spruces. There are streams of water all around, but they are often obscured by vaulted ceilings of ferns. I like camping here because it's a different world and nothing like the deserts we crossed to get here. After setting up camp, with some difficulty, we made our way up the Otter Crest Loop, a scenic six mile drive to Depoe Bay. At Otter Rock, next to a ...
... bedding and went for a walk taking photos of wild flowers, some of which I've included at the end.
We continued along the river, via the Colliding Waters just outside Glide where, according to the guide book "the swift, deep waters of the North Umpqua River funnel into a water chute and meet the rapids of sparkling Little River head-on", the writer must have seen it after much more rain than ...
... Then we headed inland to exchange Christmas presents. Eventually we got down to the old harbor, decorated with colorful sealift murals. Every single business was closed and it was only about 9p.m. We couldn't eat at the original Mo's so we settled for a pretty good 24 hour fish and chips place up US-101 a bit. We brought the food back the 6 miles north to Beverly Beach and tried to eat it outside, but it was too cold and windy so we took the party inside the ...
... leads you to the point of the park, a hike that is 3km one way through the forest with trees that are at least 100ft. high on one side and sheer drop offs to the sea on the other side. The hike to the point was worth it, the panoramic views were amazing. By the time we got back to the car and drove back to Star our clothes were full of mud from the wet paths. We packed up Star ...