|Tuesday, July 24 - The
Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint is 9 miles west of
Tillamook on Oregon highway 131. The lighthouse is accessible by
foot down a steep 0.2 mile trail from the parking lot. These are
some of the photos taken of the area.
Friends of the Cape Meares Lighthouse maintain a nice web site
here to visit it. The two
Oceanside photos are suitable as desktop wallpaper - click
on the thumbnail photo to view the wallpaper photo. Click
here to view the Wikipedia article on Netarts Bay. Click
here to view the Wikipedia article on
view information about the Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge
|Ladies enjoying the view. It
was breezy - jackets were welcome.
|Monday, July 23 - At the
Bay City RV Park in Tillamook, Oregon. In space 2. Elevation
46 feet. For 2 nights. Sky was overcast but outdoor temperature
is nice. By mid-afternoon the sun came out.
|Patriot and Equinox in space 2
with the park's office in the background.
|Saturday, July 21 - Every Saturday evening
provides entertainment at the
Premier RV Resort Happy Hour. Click
to view Kip's Facebook page. The resort provides snacks and conducts
a raffle. The bandstand overlooks the Pacific Ocean. While there
tonight there were a number of whale's spoutings observed.
|Kip Strean Entertains
|A great view of the Pacific Ocean
from the Bandstand - with an occasional Whale Spout.
|Saturday, July 21 - The
Premier RV Resort has a pancake breakfast on Saturday mornings
during the summer. Katie, Olivia and Mike Hilt made the pancakes.
Susan and Ron visiting from
Damascus [SE of Portland] enjoyed the pancakes.
|Katie, Olivia, Mike - Made the
|Susan and Ron Enjoyed the Pancakes
|Thursday, July 19 - Olivia and Mike Hilt and Rich and
Nan Vierra joined me for dinner at
Fathoms. Olivia and Mike are the managers of the
Premier RV Resort. Rich and Nan are old friends - they are now
full time residents of the resort. The
Fathoms restaurant overlooks the Pacific Ocean from it's 10
story perch on the
Inn at Spanish
Head. It is just a short walk across the road from the resort.
|Rich, Nan, Olivia, Mike, Larry
|Monday, July 16 - The
Premier RV Resort hosted a wine tasting sponsored by the
Tyler Lively, sales rep for the company, poured wine samples.
The resort provided snacks.
|Some of the guests who sampled
|Saturday, July 14 - Chalk Art Competition & Play Day
was held at the
Lincoln City Cultural Center. Young artists displayed their
skills using provided colored chalk. The Cultural Center occupies
the Delake school building which is no longer used as a school but
is now a museum. Worth a visit when you are in the area.
From the Web Site - Come help us transform the sidewalks
of the historic Delake School building into colorful works of
art during our 5th annual Lincoln City Chalk Art Competition.
Registration for the sidewalk chalk art competition is $5 for
ages 12 and under, $7 for ages 13-18, $10 for ages 19 and older,
and $10 for groups (mixed ages OK). The fee includes a sidewalk
square and box of chalk. Prizes in all age groups, including
$50 cash for the People’s Choice winner. Registration forms
can be picked up at the Cultural Center. There will be a free
play area, with supplies provided.
|Grandma Applies Sun Screen
|Creating Art - Hard at Work
|Alice and Stephanie Register Participants
|The Event at the Cultural Center
|Sunday, July 8 - Today I drove the 75 miles from Florence
and am at the
Lake RV Park in Lincoln City, Oregon for a week. On pad 43 -
a nice long pull-through. Elevation 75 feet. The park uses my software,
to allow guests to view their web site and to make online reservations.
While here I will be updating the park's web site.
|Patriot and Equinox on Pad 43