River House Inn
Travel Blogs from Florence
Afternoon we drove toword Florence and stop by for some dune rides. Spent the night in Florence where the motel is facing a river off the ocean.
... we are out of the fog and it is a beautiful sight to look down where we have been. It is a very short walk to a Stone Shelter and back to the parking lot.
Our next stop is the Heceta Lighthouse and Bridge. Again, down at sea level it is quite foggy. We hiked up to the lighthouse and took the tour.
At 2:00 we arrived at our Motel in ...
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Bonna has adequately (as usual) covered the post dialog for the day, so I'll just add the pictures and then publish this days blog. This outing was fun and we really enjoyed the day as well as those Tiger Prawns for dinner in the evening.
After reading all the literature ...
... that night after all that fresh ocean air. Once we realized we have been hiking pretty much every day of our trip so far, we decided it was time to give our hiking boots a rest and strap on the sand boards to experience the dunes out behind our campground. It is amazing how you literally step out of these old growth rainforests right into the dunes that are made of this beautiful fine sand of sweeping hills for miles and miles! So we packed the backpack ...
... right away Nate made a friend and had a great time. Chum grumbled for a while and finally got her board and took a few runs too.
Also, today I resurrected a word game my mom used to occupy our minds on road trips when my brother and I were kids...Hink Pink... The kids are still refining their Hink Pink skills...but they’ve enjoyed it...so have I.
The day ended with a bit of a challenge at the Cape Lookout State Park outside ...