Travel Blogs from Yachats
... is so cold....not much warmer outside as its only about 65-70 degrees at the max. I dipped my toe in the water and got brain freeze.
Yahats is a little village of 600 or so people, really quaint with big wooden houses on the beach with great gardens made up of wild flowers.
We had fish and chips at a local place...great chowder and fish tacos.
... do that). We're going back to Newport to check out the Oregon Coast Aquarium. It sounds pretty cool. Here's one more beer for the ledger: Bridgeport Brewing Company - Portland: 'Bridgeport IPA' (5.5%). Advertised as "Floral and Hoppy, Delightfully Complex, Smooth and Satisfying." I would describe it as hoppy, clean and satisfying. "Delightfully Complex" seems like a euphemism for "F-me, what is this ****?" and is thus a superfluous and inappropriate ...
... 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.
... She gave us the tour and saved the best for last, the huge backyard. Gabe was very impressed and even a little jealous of the beautiful garden Martha had built and all the gorgeous flowers growing. We all enjoyed the beautiful day outside relaxing, catching up and playing with Holden. Brian and Aiden were in Lincoln City for a baseball tournament, so it was just the four of us. We did venture out of the house that evening to have dinner in Old Town.
... out why your pump didn't work"
Turns out there was a bit in the pump that had to adjust to fit my valve but dopey here hadn't thought to read the instructions! Panic over. ALL my own fault!
But there's more.... Next morning I was rolling out of the tent - there's no lady-like way to emerge from your tent. Not first thing in the morning anyway.
"Sorry to disturb you so early..."
It was another biker ...