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We gassed up in Florence. Why is this noteworthy? Oregon (and New jersey perhaps) are the only 2 states where self-serve gas is not allowed. There are gas pump attendants that fill your tank and even wash your windshield! Apparently jobs and safety concerns were 2 of the reasons why this is so but now it is just part of their culture!
The highest part of the coast ...
... Local Ocean Seafoods," meaning they had fresh and delicious food! We got steamer clams, Kumamoto oysters, calamari and a garlic/dungeoness crab soup that was delicious! I'm a happy fat kid. Now we're at Levi's family's beach house in Waldport, Oregon. It's still on the Oregon Coast, so the rain is constant, but at least we have comfy beds for the night! Tomorrow's a new day, and with no plans, we'll see how the rain treats ...
... and other supplies. While Jessica went for these supplies, I got oil from one of those chain places (Oil Can Henry) that try to sell you air filters and wipers. (We are at 3800 miles for this trip.) They figured out why I was there and left me alone but they were selling the menu to the other customer in the shop. I saw a woman in a bathrobe standing by a cam with a gas can. I offered her a ride to the gas station , but she explained she was begging for money. ...
... internet to catch up with this blog - and The Archers (for non-Brits, it's a long running radio saga, 'an everyday story of countryfolk'!), oh yes, and bake 'cupcake frittatas - thank you Cathy for the recipe, they're almost as good as yours!
But back to the start of our journey through Oregon, maybe you should get yourself a cup of tea - or something stronger, this could take some time! ...
... visitor center at the bottom and weaved our way up along the trail with peek-a-boo views out along the ocean as we climbed. Little teasers of what was to come once we reached the top. And to our surprise the sky's opened up and the sun shone through as we reached our destination. You really feel on top of the world up there as you peer along in both north and south directions along the coast. Definitely worth the climb up, the drive would have been ...