Well, it is Aug. 9th and we are at Woahink Lake Rv resort in Florence, Oregon. We have huge sand dunes behind us and a lake across the street. Weather cold and damp. One of the folks in the park takes Joel atv'ing in the dunes, made his week. I do 2 loads of laundry and fight rotten weather, and an upset stomach. We leave on the 15th, but our rig won't start. Our battery minder not working, so the owner is nice enough to jump us from his truck. After about a half hour we are on our way.
Aug. 15th, we pull into Nesika rv park , gold beach, Oregon, right near the ocean, colder and damper. Oh, great, now it is drizzling. It was the only place I could find with a pull thru to fit us. Unfortunately, hard to make turns in this park. Giant hedge scratches our trailer on the way in. Then when we were leaving, had to move all the way to one side to avoid tree boughs. Oh no, now we have huge gash in trailer from hitting the electrical receptacle box. I am feeling worse with my stomach.
On Aug. 18th, we pull in Mad River Rapids Rv Park in Arcata, Ca. We have long pull thru but with shrubs on one side. Hook ups so far back we have to use 30 feet of sewer hose and an extra piece of cable wire. We are only staying 2 nights. We visit town of Ferndale, and drive around taking photos of beautiful Victorian buildings, weather still cold and damp, we stop at Loleta Cheese Factory, very small to watch cheese being made. Can hardly wait to get to Sparks, Nevada, our next stop.
All these pics are the pacific ocean
at the Oregon coast, gorgeous rock formations
This is called the devils churn
Pictures of Victorian homes in Ferndale
Below pics of gardens in cheese factory gardens
These are our friends, Bob and Camille McCullough