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Night 18: Yaquina Tide From Depoe Bay to Waldport Today we drove only about 30 miles, pausing a bit to admire the Central Coast and submitting to Oregon's inertia. Weather made it possible. Temps in the 60's with strangely sunny skies. We actually saw the sun set over the horizon, a rare sight in Oregon. I just walked over to the bathroom to tell a bunch of teenage boys playing in the showers to "shut the hell up and find somewhere else to play." When they did what ...
... playing on the beach.
The house we are staying in belongs to friends of Steven's team leaders from Africa. They are from OR & we will visit their house next (located in The Dalles, OR). The house is about 2 blocks from the ocean & I have enjoyed sitting in the front room & reading a book with an ocean view. The beach here is wide & flat & has wonderful fine sand. It's almost as nice ...
From here it was downhill all the way, but only in the literal sense. Our next stop was Diamond Lake, another beautiful lake surrounded by volcanoes.
After stopping for breakfast at the overlook point, we drove down to the lake thinking it would be thronged with happy holiday makers, wrong! We just about had the place ...
... walk. There the brown pelicans and California gulls competed for fish slices offered up on the dock. Bandon is also the Cranberry Capital of Oregon; we found the bogs, but they didn’t have cranberries this time of year.
Overall, the Oregon coast gets an A+ for the 150 miles or so we saw of the 364-mile coastline. Going east from here to the middle of nowhere, Crater Lake, as we head toward home. All prayers for a safe journey are much ...
It rained all night, and was still overcast this morning but at least it had quit raining. After breakfast and clean-up, we took a long walk on the beach before we headed into Waldport to look around. There wasn’t much to see! We thought there’d be some fun little shops - and there were, but they were closed. Interestingly, there were no store hours posted… so I guess the proprietors just open the shops when the spirit moves them.