Webb's Scenic Surf Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to the state park here to view the "haystack" rocks and the coast. Upon walking to the edge of the bluff and looked down the coast, I said to Laurie "THIS is what we came for". It was a breathtaking view, of mountains sloping down into the sea. Personally, I cannot imagine why anyone would spend time in the town with t shirt shops and bumper cars, when this is mere miles down the road. We were in no hurry to leave Cannon Beach. It looked like what ...
... take a lovely stroll along the picturesque coastline for about 20 minutes. I braved a foot dip in the ocean on the way and it wasn't pleasant I have to say. You wouldn't catch me swimming in there... ever! Haystack Rock... again no idea why the name but impressive nevertheless. When we got back we thought a nice dip in the streaming hot spa was called for and since this is probably the only place we will get one why not take advantage. We were pretty cold from the walk so ...
... so Roberta can finally check you puffins off her list! (The closest we got to a puffin is the large puffin statute in the public parking lot.)
Like I said, walking on sand is not my forte’ but walking in soaking wet shoes loaded with sand is really not my forte’! On the way back to the car some nice person had written in the sand Oregon 2014. With the Haystack in the background ...
... so many people out on the water with small vessels and it certainly became most interesting when we were trying to set sail tonight, the captain had to use his horn quite a lot to alert the small vessels to get out of the way. Cannons beach was the closest beach to looking like an Australian beach that we have seen, the people over here don't realise what a real beach is really like. It is a seas like township with many motels and accommodation available on the shore line, ...
... and Oregon are intriguing states filled with natural beauty – rugged shorelines, more trees than I have ever seen, rivers galore and lots of gun toting Republicans – What’s not to love?
Tomorrow we turn toward Home, in both senses of the word. First to Burning Man (the greeters at the gate meet you with a grand “Welcome Home!! With a big dusty hug) and then back to Capitola. I do have to admit that spending a month in ...