I am getting so confused. With the rain, the new camp sites, and the sightseeing, I don’t know exactly what we have done each day. The best answer is to post what we did and hope to get it in the right time frame.
The days at Carl G. Washburne were filled with more beach explorations, a couple lighthouse visits, and some more clam chowder. Drove south to Heceta Head Lighthouse and hiked up to the viewpoint.
|Heceta Head Lighthouse.|
I got a good shot of the light and then we slipped and slid back down to the lighthouse level. I imagine that volunteers get a bit bored and would be constantly making up games and stories using the visitors as their guinea pigs.
|I guess it was worth the climb.|
Back at Washburne we ate dinner and played our usual game of cards. It was raining hard so we all hit the sack at Oregon Coast Midnight, 9:00 PM.
|Umpqua River Lighthouse.|
|A couple of real comedians.|
Bandon provided us with several hours of exploration. We ate at Tony’s Crab Shack, logging their clam chowder in our competition. I cannot figure out exactly why we ate clam chowder and not the crab and shrimp sandwich that was so highly recommended. It’s a CRAB shack for goodness sake, nothing was said about clams!
|Art made from recycling beach junk.|
Just another funny event in the Can-Am Rendezvous, and we’ll just keep give’r the rest of the trip.