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... on his bike with his little grand daughter. Debra his wife was busy in town, so we didn't eat dinner till late. A very nice not too spicy or hot Mexican meal.
Next morning thankfully the rain had stopped, so as they only had the one car, and Debra needed it, we had to unload our stuff from the back seat, so Eric and Ari could fit in.
Over the bridge to nowhere, but this time it was to Astoria
I don't do ...
... is a party town and we did it proud. Lunch was had at the "Firehouse Grill", which i would rate as my favorite meal to date.
Other than that it was a pretty low action day. I built another fire which if i do say so myself I'm getting rather good at. Other milestones for the day were clocking the 1000 miles completed on our trip so far. Also side note I really wish Les would stop ...
Driven today = 235 miles
Total = 390 miles
Weather colder this morning but still an azure blue sky. Apparently this quite unusual for this time of year in this area so we can only be thankful. Cold to start with but warmed up through the day. First photo stop of the day was at Lake Crescent, 8 miles long and 600' deep (England's Lake Windermere 11 miles long and 219' deep and Scotland's Loch ...
... second trail, which is a little longer. But the morning was still cool and the views were outstanding, looking down to the south towards the little town of Manzanita. It was afternoon by the time I got back down to the car.
I continued driving south along Hwy 101 towards Tillamook, where I turned off on the 3 Capes scenic loop and went ...
Wow - it was a busy day today! The weather was a little more cooperative, although the forecast was for rain. We decided we should do our outdoor stuff before the rain did show up.
First stop was Marsh's Free Museum, where we met up with Peter. Oh my, this place brings new meaning to the words "too tacky for words"!! Every possible piece of junk, trash, and tacky souvenir is in that store. They promote it as a "museum" with a two-headed goat ...