Monday, July 29, 2013

Road Trip

We are heading to the beach for a couple of days.
My wifes 15 year old kid has never seen the ocean so I am going to give him the Big Tour.

We are going to Seaside, Oregon.
The end of the trail for Lewis and Clark way back in 1805.


There were still real live Indians around those parts back then.

I am hoping beyond hope the weather cooperates.
Usually when it is nice and hot here in the Portland area that means it is cool and foggy at the beach but here lately we have had an exceptional run of gorgeous weather.






The map is for the NSA so they can give their boys on the coast a heads up.

Hopefully somewhere around this little Burg I can find some WIFI.

See ya when I see ya.

6 comments:

  1. Didn't know you were local to me, why don't we have a ne blogshoot up here???

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    1. NW, not ne. Damn autocorrect...

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    2. Time being my main constraint. I normally work six days a week.
      If you want to try and schedule something for a Saturday I am all ears.

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  2. Don't worry about blogging. Just enjoy yourself if you can. We'll just assume the NSA got ya!

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  3. Some heavy duty screw'in off time. GOOD!!

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