Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Touristy Crap

More driving and rubbernecking to come today.
Yay.









4 comments:

  1. Dude! You have got to get out more. Nice photos.

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  2. Newport, Or. You have to eat at the Newport cafe on 101. They have a 3 pound burger for like 9 bucks that kicks ass.

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  3. Newport Bay Front! Used to be my job site but I work in front of a bunch of 'puters now, yet drive by every day. My hippie van died on the bridge a week ago in the middle of the day. I must have gotten revenge on at least a couple of hundred tourists! My wife gave tours at the Undersea gardens nearly 50 years ago. Nice weather we've had lately, eh?

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    1. The South Beach Marina under the bridge?
      I was on the Piledriver crew that drove all those pilings in for the slips way back in '79 or '80.
      I went to fist grade in Toledo, lived in Siletz for a while as a little kid and still have cousins living around the Newport area.

      My Uncle used to run the fuel dock.
      I used to get drunker than a piss boiled hoot owl down there in the little taverns on the Waterfront.

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