And Then There Was Light
What a difference the sun makes. I don't even recognize these scenes from yesterday!
As we left Brookings, Oregon we were in unexpected sunshine and headed north right into another storm. I stopped in Gold Beach to get ice (remember our fridge doesn't work) and a few supplies. When I came out of the market it was an absolute downpour. We waited in the parking lot for the surge of rain to subside and then headed on up the coast. Not long into the drive, I found a nice pullout with no signs prohibiting overnight parking. Fingers crossed. We have more ocean views out our windows. The rain comes and goes. One car, pulling a smaller trailer is parked at the other end of the long pullout. They look to be boondocking like we are. (My hair is still wet from the storm!)
The view looking north.
Hi Terri! Lots of beauty out there. The rain is definitely trying though!
Not sure if you’re still at Gold Beach. They have a miniature cat city for homeless cats on the beach. It’s something to see. Also, such an unusual beach with hundreds of trees washed up on the beaches.
We were already north of there. Would LOVED to have stopped by and seen them.
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Travels With Mom
I'm traveling in a 24' RV with my 96-year old mother who is six months into recovering from a broken hip. And, of course, Cooper is with us. He's my 9+ year old rescue dog. We're mostly boondocking across the west coast of the United States.