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... minutes. We watched them cut and package cheese, had cheese samples, and even bought some.....cheese! We thought it would take a long time and weren't sure if it would be fun....it took only a short time and we really had a lot of fun!
From the cheese factory, we headed to the blimp hanger in town. This hanger was used by the Navy to store it's airships during the war, and was used as a filming location for the movie "An officer and a ...
... saw were some anemones, before ending up at the Spouting Horn blowhole. After watching a few eruptions of ocean water we hopped on the St. Perpetua trail to climb a quick 700 ft. to the “Best View on the Oregon Coast,” not sure who dubbed it thee but it was a pretty spectacular view.
We had not showered the past three days and unfortunately our campground did not have any showers. We asked the rangers at Cape Perpetua where the nearest showers were ...
... and chips for Henry, and battered oysters and chips for me. I'm glad to have finally tried oysters but I won't likely get them again. They taste good but their appearance and texture are off-putting. Great balls of curdled snot. My issue, not theirs. I'm also able to upload my blog through their wi-fi while sitting in the car outside. I will be abusing this access daily. With Mel in rapid decline we grabbed five bundles of firewood and ...
... towel and go swimming with tankers in the distance, but it isn't really the beach. THIS was the beach. Beautiful dunes leading down to huge stretches of flat sand with near perfect waves crashing. There were no skyscrapers, no big tankers, just sand, sun(!), and the Pacific Ocean.
"Whoa!!!! The Goonies Rocks!" Jonas shouted. Sure enough, there sat the giant rock formation crucial to solving the mystery in the classic movie The Goonies. We took a few pics of me at the ...
... to be back on the west coast, and ready for the rest of the trip.
Before we left for Atlanta the car was making an awful sound, so we wanted to take it to a mechanic to have it looked over. Martha knew a great mechanic, yay, so on Wednesday morning we took it over. Gabe drove the car, and Brian, Holden, Aiden and I all rode bikes to the shop. Once the car was in their hands, we all rode over to Benny’s for breakfast. It was soooo good, ...