Along with this is the 101 Coastal Highway, which consists of bridges and tunnels, Oh My. But a quick review brought me back to this link;
Tunnels - 101 Highway in Oregon - Link
One web site I like is called "Mile by Mile".
Mile by Mile - Link
The link is a map of a specific highway and provides details along that route. It will list, campgrounds, golf, beaches, museums, and other places along the route. You can scanned thru the map, or even download a copy of the route in PDF file.
So, getting back to Tunnels, Oh my:
There are 2 tunnels along the 101 highway, which from a distance, you'll say "WHOA", but fear not, slow down and take a close look at the distant sign markings on the face of the tunnel. Hug the centerline a little, be on the lookout for large vehicles coming from the opposite direction and before you know it - you're thru
Cape Creek Historic Tunnel Bridge
This tunnel is just North of Arch Cape
On Friday, Dakota and I decided to on a Walk-A-Bout to Heceta Beach and have some fun:
And yes my ears were cold, but they warmed up as we continued our walk.
Friday was a teaching day along with wine and dinner with very close friends:
Saturday was spent visiting, and traveling around the area. Some went to the Seal Caves, others to the beach and some to town for the cars cruise in town celebrating Rhody Days.
In the evening, we all gathered for a BBQ/Potluck dinner hosted by the owners of Heceta Beach Rv. It was a wonderful meal to be had by all.
And Some People just have to get REAL close to the Camera Len's
Update on Total Expenses:
Total Expenditure’s To-date $1,798.33
Rv - Fuel - Total $1,177.53
Rv - Fuel Avg per Gal $3.21
Rv - Mileage 2365
Truck - Fuel - Total $143.64
Truck - Fuel Avg per Gal $3.13
Truck - Mileage 862
Lodging - Avg per Night $15.71
Propane - Total $17.16
Propane - Avg per Gal $1.95
Propane - Gallons 8.8
Safe Travels and Journeys
Susan, Tilly, Dakota and me