The Royale Motel
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We passed countless “Elk Crossing” signs as we drove up the coast. They remain a problem for the whole coastline and although we did see a couple of dead ones, it looks like it looks like they are out more between dusk and dawn, like Australia.
The forests followed us all the way to Seaside with many souvenir shops selling of ‘sashquach’ mementos.
Arriving in Seaside, our hotel was virtually ...
... outside and I've seen daffodils and trees budding out...Yikes. Not one of my finest moments.
One of my long stops was at Canon Beach, which was super beautiful. It's this huge open beach with these enormous rock formations sticking out. Then there's this really cool lighthouse waaaaaay out on a rock in the middle of the ocean that I LOVED! I spent a lot of time on the beach and then driving around to find the best vantage point to get a good photo of ...
Today we drove to a small town on the Oregon coast. In the 20s it was the first resort town in Oregon. We started the drive about 60 miles south in Newport where we ate at one of the best seafood restaurants on the coast. It was called Local Ocean and was right on the pier where the fish boats were. We had crab soup, crab po'boys and fresh fish and ...
... of call about 5 miles from the mountain looking directly into the crater was the Johnston Ridge Observatory. Johnston Ridge was obliterated by the blast with all trees destroyed. The US government has built a terrific visitors centre into the side of the ridge that gives great information and many ranger talks. From here we marvelled at the size of the mountain, the damage caused to the North face and the huge glacier ...
... teaching about and monitoring the safety of the tide pools and basically watching everyone's activity. Roxie went nuts out there - running and hopping around, smelling the sand, sea and blowing winds. The photos aren't great because of the weather but you get the idea, right?
We went back to the car and wiped all the sand off of us and headed into the town of Cannon Beach. Very cute area, nice homes and cute shops. Roxie had a ...