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... around this cover in a u shape as the sandy cove cut into the coastline. The cove was surrounded by rock piles, rocky outcrops, coastal pine trees and sporadic cliffs. There was also a bridge on the eastern edge of the cove that had a small river/creek running out of it towards the ocean. It was odd because the water just carved its own way towards the ocean thru the long stretches of sand. And depending on whether the tide ...
... them at the Feed store. So first we went to the Feed Store. We think we found the right ones and Jared bought some for himself. Then we stopped at the organic farm down the road, we believe is called the McKenzie River Organic Farm. Bev was hoping they had some strawberries we could buy, but we were out of luck. It was an awesome building the sons there built. It was an adobe like structure with unfinished logs/branches as the roof structure. And as we were driving away ...
... TV, thanks to
the generosity of the owners. I guess I'll spend a few more nights
I have to admit, I am getting a little travel-weary by now (Logan can believe that!),
and I just checked weather.com and see that tucson has some chances of rain over the next week, the only saving grace about summer in the desert. Hope all is well wherever you are!
... in CA with an inappropriately large and windy tent, I
am in hog-heaven in this trailer (there are pigs on the property too).
I have running water, a toilet, and electricity, so am staying here 3
nights and enjoying this part of OR in the Cascades.
Will leave for the Brinnon WA bunkhouse tomorrow. Yesterday I paddled a 10 mile stretch of
the middle fork of the Willamette, mainly class 2 rapids and fast-moving
water (see picture). ...
... 35 miles SE of Eugene. I had suspected that TDR was a special place before setting foot there, from perusal of the website and the welcoming emails about my reservation, but I was pretty amazed at what I learned about the place while there. TDR is the home for its owners, Amy Jo, Sally, Sam, and Milo, as well as being a kind of resort within a petting zoo, offering lodging in the form of rustic yet modern cabins and yurt, and a meadow that doubles as campground. But it turns ...