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Left Portland early and drove south through Oregon's state capital Salem to the Pacific coast at Lincoln City. Headed south along the coast on the historic route 101 to Depoe Bay which is the world's smallest natural harbour. A short distance south was the Devil's Punchbowl (see photo). The coastline is dotted with towering cliffs, headlands and capes, rocky sea stacks, wide flat beaches, small beach towns, fishing ...
The park where we camped was in the little city of Netart. We walked the city and had lunch at a cafe' where local artists had displays. Then off to the Tillamook Cheese Factory. We sampled the cheese but Craigers loved the petting zoo! Ocean City was just down ...
... if in the afternoon
you can hardly turn around it is sooooooooooooo busy.
They have lots of Cheese to choose from and at Tillamook Ice Cream!!!
Thankfully we are not to fond of ice cream, so did not have to worry about that.
Camped at Netarts it is on the coast and had a lovely walk. It is 6 miles west of Tillamook.
... agent at Arcata Airport thought about our suspect tyres. Couldn't believe the contrast in customer service from San Francisco. These guys were horrified by our experience at SF and the condition of the tyres, and we were very happy to drive away with a near new Ford Edge (territory) AWD with all bells and whistles. Thanks Tori & Kelly, you restored our faith in humanity!
Before we knew it, we ...
... Scenic Byway, Highway 101, is in serious need of repair due to major subsidence. The road twists and turns as it follows the coast and we never knew when we went round a bend whether there would actually be any road. Some parts of the highway have been roughly patched, other parts are single lane, some parts were just mud; it made for a very bumpy ride. Just to make it more interesting we also had to contend with trees falling across the road.