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... Odd to see a French named town in Oregon. So I did a little research on Google....Lafayette was founded in 1847 by Joel Perkins, an early pioneer to the Oregon Territory. Lafayette was situated on the main Indian trail that traversed the Willamette Valley at a point on the Yamhill River known for years as Yamhill Falls. The town grew slowly at first, but grew by leaps and bounds after gold was discovered in California. In the early 1850's, ...
... 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 ...
... to make sure no
one did anything stupid. We walked around the shallows peering into the most amazing and colorful tide pools. Huge starfish, angry little fish camaflouged with the rocks, anenome, purple urchins... It was a soup of life. Mures filled the skies. Closer to the lighthouse, in the wind, thousands of mures sang in delight on their ...
... Horn: Waves rumble up a narrow channel and explode against massive rocks. It was high tide, and the water shot out of the blow hole like a geyser. The best view was on the rocks at the bottom of the path right across from the chasm. The white froth looked like a giant milk shake. Quite a few other narrow chasms in this area; take the trails leading down to the sea.