BULLIES come in all ages

BULLIES come in all ages
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Surround yourself with positive people,
energy, and situations;
always avoid negativity.


Life is too short to wake up with regrets.
So, love the people who treat you right.

Forgive, and then forget about the ones who don't.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Tillicum Beach, Oregon

Tillicum Beach is nestled on a narrow stretch between Highway 101 and the Pacific Ocean, approximately 4 miles from Waldport. The ocean side campsites overlook the beautiful, usually deserted beach. Beach access is easy and no vehicles are allowed on the beach…

Can you say, “Dog Paradise”?

We love this beach. As a matter of fact, we love it so much, we almost bought a house out here 2 years ago. I know it rains in Oregon A LOT (e.g., Oregon Ducks) but there’s nothing like a beautiful, sunny day, when the air comes fresh off of the Pacific. All things considered, it was best for us to stay in North Georgia, a decision we never regretted.

Today is not one of those beautiful, sunny days, so we’re spending the day in Waldport washing clothes, but the laundromat has wi-fi, so that passes the time quickly. I plan to check out some of my favorite blogs, something I have sorely missed.
We plan to start home next week, depending on the weather (chuckle).
Will keep you posted!

Happy Trails,

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Cape Blanco, Oregon

It took us 28 days, but we finally reached our destination, the Oregon Coast.
This was not a record setting trip as we have had much longer and shorter trips in the past.

We’ve been coming to Cape Blanco State Park, on the Oregon South coast, since 1993. Thanks to an article in Sunset Magazine, Cape Blanco has become a popular stop on Highway 101. We saw more people in the first 3 days than we had seen in all our previous trips combined. Fortunately, beach access is difficult, providing a deserted beach, which allows the dogs plenty of running room. The cold water and strong winds didn’t keep these Southern doggies out of the Pacific Ocean.

The campground cleared after Columbus Day Weekend, leaving us to weather a strong storm which slammed the California /Oregon coasts. We enjoy the storms as much as the sunshine, although I can’t say the same for the dogs. The RV rocks with snoring on those rainy days.

We plan to move up coast in a few days to Tillicum Beach near Waldport.


Happy Trails,