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... Coast. Keep in mind, up to this point, we had beautiful weather. However, as soon as we hit the coast, it began to storm...hard! So much so that at our first stop, Canon Beach, was a car viewing party! We went all that way to see the famous Haystack rock formation, and didn't even leave the car. Undeterred, we continued down the coast, making stops at the Tillamook Cheese Factory, and then Newport for dinner. The restaurant ...
... 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. ...
... arranged to stay with fellow members of Boondockers Welcome, Lawrence and Sharon, who made us welcome and comfortable amidst an eclectic collection of old Americana, just outside the small town of Rogue River,
While there, we took took a walk along the river, Nigel did some repairs to the exhaust and we visited the local Tourist info to find out what Oregon had ...
... to countless Sea Lions) and the Heceta Head Lighthouse, we found ourselves in Florence at around 4pm. Deciding that the dunes wouldn't be in the cards on this day, we turned for home to spend one more night in Waldport. An evening of hot dogs and board games to round out an excellent Oregon Coast day. Tomorrow we start heading North toward Lincoln ...
... we took in the view from 800’ above the sea and got great shots of the coastline. No doubt, Newport, on Yaquina Bay, was the “most authentic” town of the day. Newport embraces the coastal identity with its Old Town waterfront, huge commercial fishing fleets, quaint shops and restaurants, shifty bars, fishing docks, and sea lions on the rocks. We left the lively town with two quarts of clam chowder from Mo’s, a vintage restaurant ...