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... Well, sign me up!!! They had one more opening
for the day at 5:00 pm. I have always
been interested in glass blowing. What a
blast. I got to do a lot of the work,
from adding the color to the glass, turning it in the oven, twisting the colors
to make it wave throughout, and of course blowing it out to the form you want. It was a fantastic experience and I have a
beautiful bowl to show for ...
... its majestic fog! It was crazy to see the fog flying by us and rolling down the mountain we just hiked up.
Now we hike back down to our car and find a place to sleep and eat.
We stayed in Lincoln City at a hotel on the ocean. This place is "cheap" but has a great view from our hotel room of the ocean and beach. The beach here is not all sand but rock and sea crustaceans. We went ...
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Nothing... We did enjoy the cruise and getting out onto the ocean. For only $18 an hour, I was not going to complain. With Andrew coming along (he was free), I wasn't sure how he would take the trip. They did everything they could do to find whales, but it was no use. Nothing. ...
... spend time. Lots of seals swimming around the rocks off shore.
Devil’s Punchbowl: Unique rock formations.
Cape Foulweather: The winds were 100 mph on the day of Captain Cook’s discovery; thus the name. Today, it was pretty windy and cold (54) to us. Great ...
... someday I'll do it. I woke up this morning, had a little coffee, then Mike, Pops and myself along with the dogs headed off to the falls. All I can say is WOW! What a place, it started with a really nice little walk through the beautiful Siuslaw National Forest and after about a mile and a half you hit this bad ass bridge (and with my new found fascination for these bridges) I was pumped. I **** you not, it was like a little mini Golden Gate. After doing ...