Sea Horse Oceanfront Lodging
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... ve had a lovely afternoon switching between our two car games. The first one is a variation on eye spy where you look out into the misty rain and try to guess what’s beyond the cliff beside the road. The second one is really just a counting game – “There’s another Beaver Creek sign – that makes twelve!” For goodness sake! Surely the local authorities could think up something more imaginative than Beaver Creek and Bear Creek! ...
... 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 ...
... that you cast your vote". No feet dragging. Beer and snacks will be offered on my return to Ottawa if successful. Girls that vote YES will have a Chippendale Boy Lap Dance if they so wish, regardless of the outcome.
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... the hook! Only downside was we missed the great view of Haystack Rock - which is kind of THE Oregon coast landmark - but we did see it again from further away when we pulled into a rest area.
The highway continued south through numerous tiny seaside towns and past many, many state and county parks. Just outside of Wheeler, we encountered what we think was a Coast Guard training exercise. Several people had stopped at the side of the road to watch and ...
... was absolutely stunning - the outline of the mountains in the horizon lit by the early morning sun and the valley mysteriously hidden by the mist.
I slept most of the way to the beach just briefly waking up to Mindaugas comments like "look at that tree, it’s amazing" or “wow, that valley is stunning”. We reached the Pacific Ocean at around 9 am and I had to finally wake up to see some more amazing sights. The Ecola State Park is small but truly worth a ...