Tillamook to Lincoln City / by Lisa

All day while we’re riding, I plan out long, elaborate blog posts, but at the end of the day, we’re both so tired, we can’t remember them. Today was tough - three significant climbs, one at Cape Lookout nearly topping 1,000 feet. We also barely slept last night thanks to the couple having a loud late night fight at the campsite next to ours. We have a pretty thorough understanding of their problems now and both agree that Marco just needs to shut up and go to sleep.

 Passing by Tillamook Creamery.

Passing by Tillamook Creamery.

 Also stumbled on Jacobsen Salt Co,, hand-harvested sea salt. This is their entire production! We bought four sea salt caramels each, and as soon as we left, we realized it WASN’T ENOUGH. We talked about how we wished we had more for about an hour.

Also stumbled on Jacobsen Salt Co,, hand-harvested sea salt. This is their entire production! We bought four sea salt caramels each, and as soon as we left, we realized it WASN’T ENOUGH. We talked about how we wished we had more for about an hour.

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 Near Netarts.

Near Netarts.

 Beach views coming up a hill at Tierra Del Mar.

Beach views coming up a hill at Tierra Del Mar.

 I honestly can’t remember where this was - but we saw it today.

I honestly can’t remember where this was - but we saw it today.

 More beach somewhere!

More beach somewhere!

 We ate this whole pizza and a brownie the size of Jacob’s head.

We ate this whole pizza and a brownie the size of Jacob’s head.