Cape Perpetua forest

Corvallis update: With almost all of the fences removed, pathways marked out and in daily use across meadows and through the forest, the hut tub now in good working order, compost enclosure nearing completion, guest bedrooms taking shape, and a clothes dryer repair person due in mere days, we are finally getting ahead of some of the most urgent issues. Priorities are shifting.

With this post, all of the pre-queued Eugene entries are up. Watch for the next post, direct to you from our new home just north of Corvallis, Oregon.

While we stayed in Eugene we took a trip out to the coast. After walking on the beach at Florence we drove north along 101. Bay Area friends might think of 101 as something a bit larger than the narrow, twisty, two-lane road we drove on, with cliffs to one side and deep, dark forest on the other.

We ended up at Cape Perpetua, where we walked in an old growth hemlock rain forest.













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