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... so we decided to have a look around. In all honesty, the house was a little boring; the history of it was interesting, but the house was a little bland. If it was free to look around, it would have been worth a visit. After this, we headed back to the hotel. I haven't been feeling too great; been having trouble with the left side of my jaw and ear and today I've been really dizzy and feeling poop, ...
... the most wonderful breakfast. While he was cooking in the kitchen, I was answering emails while an old-timely record was playing. Scott was singing along like a little bird and I couldn't keep my eyes off of him. What a sweetheart. Scott's omelet had eggs, bacon, onions, zucchini, potatoes, and bell peppers. It tasted like the most amazing omelet I'd ever tasted. Yum! Because it was our last day, we had a few things to do. The cabin's neighbor, Randall, came over to greet us ...
... that 90% of a puffins meals are caught in the water?
And the thing that will be etched into minds forever is the eerie fog that line the beach as far as the eye could see, it curled around the stone and pebbles, around the the little sand dollars we found and the white tipped water the curled over shore.
After a few more hours in the car we stopped just in front of the ...
Total miles 7,406 Good amount of driving last night, around 90 miles, after I finished the blog from yesterday. This has me on Interstate 5 North. Will be heading up to 42 West and then following 101 all the way up the coast, into Washington over the next few days. My hope for Oregon/Washington is that hiking/backpacking will start fully and there will be more time in the outdoors. The one thing I ...
... to the front of the line. I know some motorists don’t like this but it’s not hurting them, just ******* them off. Those folks in cages (cars) can roll up their window and turn off the “fresh air” so that they are not overcome by the dust that the vehicles in front create when traveling over gravel roads. Also, we are just going pass you anyway so suck it up and get over it.
The flagger turned out to be a ...