Newport Bay Motel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... morning. Dad says he and I will go to Starbucks while mom does her exercise thing. Mom and dad had lunch at a place called Local Oceans Seafood. Mom was happy to enjoy some oyster shooters. All the seafood is local and most of the seafood they buy off the local fishing boats. A stroll along the pier afterwards to see the Sea Lions was fun.....but are they noisy! More Newport tomorrow and then some hiking along with seeing Yaquina bay ...
... flow of rivers and flooding the nearby lake. Water from the lake pushed 800 feet up the surrounding mountainside, wiping out trees and eroding whatever stood in its path. The decrease in pressure as the earth left the volcano caused a violent eruption of gas and rock that melted the mountaintop glaciers. This was followed by a pyroclastic flow of mud and ash that smoothed the landscape like a blanket of snow. Ash darkened the sky as it was thrown ...
... through the interior a little we saw lovely lakes and many wild life around. Obviously there was many Salmon when one saw the number of fisherman on the lakes. We saw hurons,deer, seals many birds and sea lions.
Newport is a city in Lincoln County, Oregon. It was incorporated in 1882, though the name dates back to the establishment of a post office in 1868. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 9,989. ...
... drop-off to the shore to heighten, the road to become more twisty and turny, and the fog/clouds to blow in quickly off the water. This made for a great drive.
As we neared Newport, our destination for the evening, we crossed a very cool bridge upon which Andy exclaimed our blog title for the day. So, a little more than 4,200 miles later, we hit ...
... Henry made friends with a 'mermaid' and he jumped around as a 'sea monkey', ooo-ooo-aah-aahing the whole time. It was nice to see him interacting with other kids. He misses his preschool friends. Right next to the aquarium is the self-proclaimed 'Aquarium Village', a motley assortment of "antique" stores (household junk) that all sport a rather dilapidated pirate theme. Case in point, there's a pirate statue (not the one pictured here) that you put ...