From the Road

Interesting walk today from our campsite. Broke out the rain gear to hike the trails from the campground at Cape Blanco State Park. Our site is in the trees. About 100-150 feet down the hill is a picnic table overlooking the ocean. In this area, you would hardly know the wind was blowing. On a bluff...

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What does one do on a rainy day sitting in an RV? How about getting the Crayolas out and coloring maps. Of course, trying very hard to stay in the lines. These maps represent the states and provinces we visited while RVing on our main trips.

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Top Photo: The Sixies River meets the Pacific Ocean.

Landed in Cape Blanco State Park, the most western point on the Oregon coast. Paid for two nights, but imagine our stay may be a tad longer.

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The Siltcoos Lake Trail, located in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, is just south of Florence. This easy to follow trail starts out on an old logging road that looks more like a double wide trail. After about .8 miles the trail turns into a single track trail that splits into a loop. At t...

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"Second stop on the Oregon coast at South Jetty Thousand Trails near Florence. Lots to do & see in the area! Note the vintage RV a couple of sites over tucked in the trees."

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Stopover at Whalers Rest. Enjoying the Oregon coast as we work our way south.

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It's fun to have visitors from out of town. While we were in Bend, Diana's brother Al, Robt's son and daughter Travis & Sarah came to town for a visit. Also, friends Mirela, Julia (not pictured), Ann and Craig.

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