Yep, we are still at it, 113 days. Can’t stop, Won’t stop. Give me more of this Northwestern weather….not. Woke up at a Walmart this morning, cold and foggy. Very depressing. we drove back towards the coast to see America’s largest sea cave and what lie inside. The drive there is typical Oregon, green and mushy. The wet air allows for ferns and moss everywhere. Every tree that isn’t a pine is covered in mosses. It looks really slimy and cool. The drive was funny. You go from thick thick whiteout fog to clear blue skies. On and off like that as we go up in elevation then back down following a creek. It was beautiful in a gloomy way. We got to the coast and it was sunny but chilly. Here we would see hundreds of sea lions hiding out in sea cave with green ceilings and blue waters. After paying admission we took an elevator down 200 feet to the cave. Stepping out of the elevator it reeked of fish guts. The viewing area is pretty small and has steal cable caging separating you from animals. Lucky for us there wasn’t a lot of people down there, we had the sea lions to ourselves. This was a really awesome experience. The Sea Lions made all these crazy sounds that echoed through out the cave. The cave itself was impressive, but with all the sea lions swimming, barking, and playing made it remarkable. We stayed and watch for a long time.
Check out the Sounds
Look how happy she was after the sea lions
From the cave we had no other plans so we positioned ourselves for an easy drive to Portland tomorrow and are now watching some week 14 football.
9 days left! Single digits!!! Yikes!
I don’t wanna find a job and start working 5-6 days a week.
Next Stop: Portland, OR