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... had to put the shells in a pile on the beach. There were rules for the oysters. We didn't have the proper footwear to go out otherwise we might have tried. Oh, so after the mosquito hike, we could have driven back to Beaverton immediately (or after picking up some coffee) but we all had a serious desire to go back to the Crab Pot for dinner. I had more oysters and think I got even more for a take-out meal.
... I DID have a milkshake with Eric in SLO at In N Out, but I never ate a full meal there. Each place I stopped in California, my host took me to a cool local spot for meals and I always figured I could have In N Out later when I was on my own. Then I found out today that In N Out doesn't exist on the Oregon and Washington coast. So. Sad. At least I have my milkshake, it keeps me from crying myself to sleep at night. Woe is me.
Ok, off to my yurt and the sunset! WOO! :)
A Polynesian team is on board the ship
to teach us some cultural activities, prior to arriving on Easter
Island, and sailing toward French Polynesia. We have learned how to
make necklaces and bracelets from Kukui nuts, and we see the ladies
who made them, proudly wearing them around the ship. We also made
head crowns and corsages from real Ti leaves flown straight in from
Hawaii. During the afternoon, we have a choice of attending a
Ukulele class, Conch Shell ...
... juice to wash down the solid food. Oh, wait, a big egg omelet with
everything is coming! That's only for breakfast. Wait till you see
what they eat for lunch and dinner.
We also saw a few men with stacks of
eggs Benedict and sticky buns, their tummies sticking out too, like
watermelons. They look like they are going to compete for Mr Dunkin
Donuts 2014. None of them will be eliminated. They are all, in our
judgement, title holders. ...
... for todays catch and will have to wait until we get together again to catch up.
All of the photos will be on the Blog today. Most will also be on Flickr for those of you who wish to look there.
Tomorrow we're off to Seaquest State Park, near Toutle, WA. It's about sixty miles from the Mount Saint Helen's Visitor Center. We'll be there at least two nights and hope to see the mountain again, depending ...