The Wayfarer Resort
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... to watch the sunset....not!This park is in the sand dunes and so the path was beach sand, dry and loose so with every step your foot sinks about 6 inches. There are some boardwalk parts where the path goes through a swamp so that was easy, but some of the hills, and there were many, were all sand. The beach is long, with waves crashing constantly and it is clean and beautiful...the only thing is the walk back is equally long and tough... So, back to the ...
... Like AZ, this area is due for a few really warm days, no rain predicted, but I think it will moderate next week. It's always nice and cool at night, high 50s/low 60s, and in the mornings I need to blanket-up for coffee. TDR is gorgeous as always, 18 acres on the edge of Nat Forest land, far from any traffic or developments. I hear chickens--and see them on my front yard, though I suspect they'll stop coming up ...
... with lots of trucks and enormous RVs. We bore left on the 58 which was a much quieter road, still through forest- the Deschutes National Forest. This road was downhill all the way from about 6000 ft to 1000 ft! The view over Odell Lake and beyond was hazy due to Forest Fires in the a area. You could smell the smoke, and we saw more further on. This area is for winter sports and there was some snow on the peaks.we came to the Willamette ...
... Dog yet, but he’s no mamby-pamby, lap dog either. This trip gave Ricky the opportunity to be more dog than he’s ever been before in his life, and as the sum of the blog stories go, it appears he’s become more of an Emotional Aide Dog than any questionable internet certification could have ever foretold.
Another journey's end post script on the drive up the Pacific Coast Highway: it was ...
... where old hippies come to die. Can't verify that statement but over the years of visiting this lovely state we have sure seen a lot of older folk wearing tie dyed "T" shirts, granny dresses and wearing their hair in long gray pony tails! I can say that my brother in law fit the bill to the "T" when he lived just north of Portland, working in Oregon and living in Washington State - not so much now that he lives in Idaho.
The city ...