Now we can add Corvallis, OR and Oregon State University to the list. It was about a 50 mile drive from our campsite in Newport OR to Corvallis. OSU makes up a large chunk of the center of town. A lovely campus and a terrific town.
|I took this picture and several others for our friends, Karla & Michael, devout Clemson fans and of everything orange.|
They would feel right at home in Corvallis, Oregon. Powered by Orange.
|This one is for Kelley our daughter. Kelley with an "e". Taken from our moving truck. I was barely able to get the camera opened. It didn't say "Kelley's Body sho" but I'll leave that as is.|
|OSU's campus is very green.|
|I was looking for the Anthropologie store here!|
|For you youngsters out there, this is what they used to use in cameras before they had SD cards..|
|Even the bicycle tires are sometimes orange.|
|Pretty orange dress.|
|Rosie enjoyed the smells in Corvallis|
|This sign was orange but it was in a dark hallway and didn't come out right.|
|There is a park along the Willamette River with shops and cafes. We ate at this nice place.|
|It was 85 F when we were in Corvallis. These children found a great place to cool off.|
The next morning we awoke and saw something strange outside for the Oregon coast. Sunshine, blue skies. We rushed to get out and walked about a half of a mile to the beach to see what it l, looked like in the sun. No such luck. Talk about micro-climates. As we approached the beach we could see fog
|You can see the fog over the water.|
|On the beach dense fog and poor visability.|
|I saw this beautiful car and my first thought was, can it pull Diva, our Airstream?|
Here a a few videos of Rosie having a great time at the beach.
The sun disappeared by the time we got back to the camper. Of course, we have not seen a sunset over the Pacific yet.