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Ok! So we are in Lincoln City warming up for the Bumper Sticker tour. I've figured out what to do each day at Yellowstone...now to figure out the daily itinerary at Glacier. We will be watching music tonight and just relaxing. It is absolutely gorgeous here at the beach today. However, I am ready for a good nap...coastal coma has officially taken hold of my inner body!!!
... Fossil Beds, Oregon Next DayManzanita Beach in Oregon
Well, er, uh, ok, no excuses, like being a beach bum. Perhaps that is why I haven't written in several ...
Went to the air museum in Tillamook Oregon
This is our truck and the guppy and largest wooden structure in the USA. It was used for hangers for planes.
Full of WWII memories.
Then on to cheese.
There are two factories
The Blue Herron and Tillamook
Do you know that if you go in the morning you have lots of room to ...
... we headed towards Tillamook. At this point, we were several miles from the shoreline in fairly dense vegetation, most of which had heavy moss growing on it. The Scotch Broom was all over the place yet again as were the rhododendrons, and they certainly made bright spots as we traveled through the very green hills.
The closer we got to Tillamook, we started seeing many dairy farms, with lots of Guernsey cattle which (according to the ...
... level and magnificent three-story cliff houses above. We stopped briefly at the beach-side parking lot, walked down to the beach and took a few pictures then continued on down the road - destination Cape Meares.
Cape Meares is a large day use park - no overnighting. It houses the shortest lighthouse on the coast - only 38 feet tall but I guess its perch high above the water gives it the required height to be seen by mariners. The paths are ...