Boat Coming in With Catch
We walked to see the boats and went on the docks to see what was going on.
Looking across the bay.
They can make even the ugliest buildings pretty. Murals are very common along the west coast.
Nancy and Susan had lunch in Nye Beach, and then they came and got me from the truck so that I could walk with them. They stopped at a few antique stores that they found on the way back while I snoozed in the truck, then came back to the trailer and Nancy hooked up and dumped, with Susie's help (she wanted to watch "Whale Wars" instead) so that we can get an early start, tomorrow.
Historic House in Nye Beach
Inviting Inn at Nye Beach
The Shopper Looking at a Menu
Tomorrow, we leave for Tillamook and to visit Hebo, where Rich was stationed. There's really nothing left there, but maybe we'll walk in his footsteps. We're also going to try to visit the Tillamook Cheese Factor and the Air Museum (the largest wooden structure in the world). There used to be two blimp hangars. After they stopped using blimps they used them to store hay. One burned down. They realized, then, that they were irreplaceable and made one into a WII museum. Did you know that the Japanese were actually able to land a bomb on Oregon soil?