The Dublin House Motel
TripAdvisor Reviews The Dublin House Motel Yachats
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... the 'utes' and the logging trucks when cycling on the quieter roads. Only problem with these roads is that they tend to take a shorter and steeper route to the top of the hill... On the subject of vehicles, without doubt the worst vehicles on the road are the 'motor coaches'. They are at least the size of a 40-seater coach, always towing at least a car but sometimes a motorbike as well and going at crazy ...
... 3:48pm So the sun came out in Yachats! And it had no impact on the temperature. That beastly ocean breeze is a *******. We had a lovely breakfast to start the day off right. Melly McMuffins with Tillamook cheese and butter were the order of the day. Adding to the pleasure of this experience was the sudden departure of our defective neighbours. They left a day before their reservation tag suggested and so I like to think that they were evicted for being trash. Too harsh? ...
... is refreshing. From what I
hear, I have the southern mentality of holding doors for people and saying "how
are you doin", so I fit in nicely.
We made a friend, Manny the Bird, at camp who succeeded in
stealing a few treats from us (trail mix). He was a beautiful Stellar Jay,
looks similar to a Blue Jay but black instead of white and has a stellar Mohawk!
... interesting wave phenomenon that blows water like an old steam engine. The pictures do not convey the noise of the splash and boom that goes along with the wave action. We could have stopped every couple minutes to take pictures along our drive today, the views are that amazing. The storm that kept us in the campsite for a couple days did us a favor because it really made for wonderful views of the wild sea.
After we set up for the night we went ...
... sits atop a bluff at the mouth of the Yaquina River, is Oregon's oldest wooden lighthouse. It was only used from 1871-1874 because it was determined that it was built in the wrong location. It was restored and put back into commission in 1996. It's also the only Oregon lighthouse with living quarters attached.
We enjoyed the coastal views and stopping points so much that once again we took more time than expected and spent ...