It rained or drizzled off and on yesterday, last night and today, so we are staying put. Marilyn is doing laundry, etc., and I am doing a blog now that I have read emails, nothing new on Facebook, and the online free newspapers.
While we were in Florence, we went to the Heceta Head Lighthouse, the Siuslaw Pioneer Museum with its great collection of artifacts and labeled old pictures, Marilyn got clam chowder from the Crab Kettle, and we had a delicious seafood linner at the Bridgewater on Bay St.
We went to the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area. There was no visitor center, but Google said water washed the crumbled sandstone down from the mountains, and the ocean and winds washed it back onto land to form the dunes. . The western end of Bay St. in Florence faces the Dunes across the river. .
That’s it for today. Hugs, and type at you later.