On our way home now, in fact I can see Canada from where I am sitting (at the border) We have had a great time in Oregon. Started out with 2 nights at Cape Blanco, one of our favourite spots for looking for beach agates. We walk down from the Cape Blanco campground and walk the two miles to the Elk River.
We things have changed a LOT. Good news, and Bad news. The Elk River mouth is MUCH closer to cape Blanco than it used to be, an enormous amount of erosion and it appears that much of the bank has disappeared from when we were there last year.
The banks behind Ken in this picture used to extend to where he is in this picture.
The BAD news is that (our guess) the soil from there high ridges came down and covered up all the agates. We only found a few with 3 days of searching.
We had great fun and Tucker is looking so nice after his major swim in that river in northern California (mentioned in the last BLOG)
We ran into a few “fellow” “Canadians” there. They decided that they would not be heading home QUITE yet.
NOW as well as bean sprouts we are also growing Pea sprouts. GREAT in tomato sauce on pasta
We spent a few days in Bandon, where we used to live. We used to have pizza parties at our house when we lived in Bandon, we have a large living room and invited everyone over after political rallies etc. When we moved away, my great friend Gail, has graciously offered her home for these great get togethers.I had intended to go around and take pictures of all the wonderful friends who came out to listen to a few of our songs, hear our rock stories and just visit and share the love. I miss all of these people so much after we moved away. There is something very special about people who will take to the streets for a common cause, and I hold my commonality with these folks very dear in my heart. Women in Black, Usual suspects, Bandonistas, Fine Women are just a few of the names we went through back then. MAN -OH- Man I DO love these folks.
But we are on a bit of a schedule, looking for a window of opportunity to get this motorhome home. British Columbia has had a HUGE dump of snow, and today (Saturday) appears to be the best time to try to get home without any snow…..besides.. we have just ran out of homegrown Raspberry jam.
It is currently 2 degrees Celsius which is about 29 Fahrenheit. and So I will close from here, for now
Much Love to all