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... retired couples with whom we shared wine cheese and dinner one evening. We spent one of our precious Yachats days checking out wonderful sights nearby. Devils Churn was beautiful, but not much churning going on that day. We understand that when sea is rough the waves shoot high above the beach. The views from Cape Perpetua Bluff were amazing, and the little seaside town of Yachats ...
Friday and Saturday night was spent in Yachats, Oregon at
Cape Perpetua Campground. It was only a
6 or 7 hour drive from Redwood National, but with the spectacular coastline on
highway 101, a lot of pull offs for a picture and breath of fresh air was
taken. We made it to the campground
around 830pm, just enough time to set up camp and catch an evening sunset. From our campsite, there is ...
... we went out to see some of the local attractions. It's a bit like a very large Burnham-on-Sea. We visited Marsh's Free Museum and found the Jake the Alligator man and the world's largest frying pan. Although this pan was a replica apparently there really was a pan this size made in the 1940s for a huge shellfish frying breakfast.
... private cottages along the low cliffside and beaches, and galleries, shops and restaurants inland. The beach is a great expanse of sand, highlighted by the dramatic profile of Haystack Rock at the south end. As it happened, today was generally a sunny day, but there was a fog bank just offshore, pouring a very brisk and cold wind onto the beach. Only a few brave souls were in the water, Good kite flying weather!
Day 6: Florence, OR
We cruised ...
... arrived after I'd gone to bed. God love him, I could barely make out where he was standing as my eyes hadn't fully opened and my panther-like senses were still in the tent. Anyway, once I'd figured out where he was standing, he handed me this tiny "attachment" bit. Turns out that when my hero rang the bike shop, this biker dude was in the shop. The shop said to him, just in case the pump doesn't work, would you drop this into the campsite (they knew he was coming ...