NEWPORT TO YACHATS: 89 KMS 23.10.2016

I camped at South Beach State Park on my second day at Newport and pedaled to Yachats, a small town, again by the coast. It was wet and windy all

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LINCOLN CITY K.O.A. TO NEWPORT : 69 KMS  21.19.2016

The ride from Lincoln City to Newport was in pleasant weather and I witnessed lovely sights of the rugged west coast shores and incredible rock formations. Along the way I

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CAPE LOOKOUT STATE PARK TO LINCOLN CITY KOA: 30 KMS 19.10.2016

The climb from Cape Lookout was a steep one and I gained an elevation of a 1000 ft in a little less than 7 kms. From the top of the

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BARVIEW JETTY TO CAPE LOOKOUT STATE PARK: 42 KMS – 18.10.2016

Barview Jetty campground is nestled next to the beach and the waves made crashing sounds all night. It It rained all night while I was camping at the Barview Jetty.

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CANNON BEACH TO BARVIEW JETTY CAMPGROUND – 17.10.2016  – 47 KMS

After bidding adieu to Jim and Angela, and locking their home, Keith and I departed from Cannon Beach. Keith was a much stronger rider and was far ahead of me

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CANNON BEACH- PICTORIAL 16.10.2016

Cannon Beach is a lovely beach town with a laid-back atmosphere, lovely cafes, delicious ice cream, and generous, friendly people. I was  able to finally see Haystack Rock, which is

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BAY CENTER TO ASTORIA, OREGON. 62 KMS  12.10.2016

              An early start at 9 am enabled me to observe the oyster fishing operations up close in Willapa Bay and also catch a

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ASTORIA – THE TOWN IN PICTURES 13 – 15 OCTOBER 2016

Astoria is a beautiful and charming town uniquely settled along the mouth of the Columbia River on  the Pacific Coast. he city was named after John Jacob Astor, an investor from

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HOQUIAM TO BAY CENTER KOA  80 KMS 11.10.2016

I started late from the motel in Hoquiam. It was 10.30 am and the sun was out quite brightly and its rays were sharp. The weather was cool and it

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WILLABY TO HOQUIAM 62 KMS 10.10.2016

The weather was beginning to hold up and I was happy that I could be in the sun again. The rain and accompanying cold had chilled my bones and my

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