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Jul 26, 2010 - Oregon Coastline

We got up early today so we could go to Camp 18 Restaurant in Seaside, OR. It was a really neat little place, as you can tell from the pictures. Not only was it fun, the food was good too! It was a treasure Janette had found in previous travels. We headed to Tillamook to the cheese factory (Mr. Taylors favorite place). We did enjoy watching them make the cheese. It was really crowded there, we aren't sure why, but it was popular. They did give free samples, but the cheese prices were not cheap! We got back underway and passed the Cannon...

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Jun 25, 2010 - Stayton, OR Day 2

We spent a few hours today touring some of the covered bridges in the Stayton general area. We actually only saw 5 of the six in the area on this trip. Bob and I saw the one in Pioneer Park last year when we were here. It was a perfect day for touring (and the guide wasn't bad either). The countryside is just beautiful in this part of Oregon. It makes you wonder why anyone would want to live in the city, when it is so beautiful in the country! Here is a Little History of the Staton Area Covered Bridges The Stayton-Jordan Bridge is one of...

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Jun 24, 2010 - Stayton, OR

As we pulled off of Interstate 5 on our way into Stayton, we saw this wonderful rainbow. We followed the rainbow all the way to Kay & Mike's house. When we got Kay out to look at the rainbow, it had now changed to a second ring around the sun. I couldn't capture both rings around the sun at the same time. But the whole thing was strange because the original rainbow was more of a straight line than a a bow. The real interesting part is, it wasn't and hadn't rained in a couple of days. Anyway, we arrived safely. We enjoyed a wonderful...

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