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... to stop smiling you ask? Sand. I was smiling and laughing so hard, I couldn't keep the sand out of my mouth! It was so much fun that I really didn't care. We went up and down and all around. Stopping on occasion to take pictures and see the sights.
We got to take home free souvenirs from the trip in the form of sand - everywhere - It was SO worth it.
We continued up the coast as far as ...
... back under the swells. A few minutes later it was back looking for air. You could gear the breathing from far away. Nothing could scare an animal this big. They were magnificent dancing around down in Boiler Bay. What a wonderful creation!
... guy with a huge ego.
We had a nice walk on a beach and I saw a starfish and a dollar shell for the first time in my life. Surfing seems to be a popular pastime even in autumn. I felt cold just by looking at those guys but thought that it should be amazing to be able to ride the waves.
We drove down to Tillamook and visited the famous cheese factory. It was interesting to see how cheese is made and packed. I didn’t think so many people are involved in ...
The beach is empty and runs as far as the eye can see both south and north, it would be great to spend a few hours walking the shore but time is tight. I did have time to investigate a few of the half buried objects on the beach. The remains of shipwrecks that must have been here a long time. All the Oregon beaches are littered with logs bleached by the sun and sea - they make for great photographs. ...
... Horn: Waves rumble up a narrow channel and explode against massive rocks. It was high tide, and the water shot out of the blow hole like a geyser. The best view was on the rocks at the bottom of the path right across from the chasm. The white froth looked like a giant milk shake. Quite a few other narrow chasms in this area; take the trails leading down to the sea.