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... forward so we wouldn't have any more trouble getting campsites. When we were sunned out, we packed up and got some oyster shooters at Shuckers, a divey local's spot in town and then headed back up the river to our tent. The next day we woke up early to set out for a day of sight seeing. The heavy fog in which we awoke disappeared by the time we left the river valley and we headed off into yet another sunny day. Our first stop was a lookout point just south ...
... pair of lovely Canadians from Victoria. Katherine self described herself and Brian as 'Canadians that Love America' which is always nicer than the alternative. In the past we have come across Canadians that were completely offended when people thought they were Americans (although us Americans can be a pretty bad bunch sometimes...:) They even want to move to the U.S. ---see America is still pretty cool folks. They had the most amazing little compact trailer ...
... marker and just as we watched we saw the whale blow twice.
We drove along the coast and took the old highway at Otter Crest, again the views were great and in the cove about 500 ft. below us there was a large pod of seals.
Back to Star for supper and evening drinks.
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... those that know me, and know I don't really like ice cream, I found the perfect size cone :)
When we were leaving we hopped in the "Loaf Love Tour" bus for a quick photo. These little busses tour around the country teaching about the cheese making process and giving away free mini-loafs of cheese - but no tour for us so we had to pay for ours!
We drove a bit further to Lincoln City - our next stop for a few days. When we arrived ...
... with my cousin (Hi John and Sandy). Then we hit nasty wind and rain. Well, we have umbrellas and good jackets but my hopes for good weather were getting drowned. Then we hit the bridge to Astoria. We could actually see the bridge as well as a tin red break in the clouds which turned out to be a sunset!
In Seaside, where we spent the first night, it was still damp but no new rain.
It's the sounds as much as ...