Oregon

If you read my blog Directionally Challenged, you know that I recently took a vacation to Oregon. I had a wonderful

The waters were freezing! But with wet suits on, you can't even tell.

time – it was a welcomed break from Kansas and the heat. The highest the temperature got while we were there was 66 degrees; and we spent the morning of our first full day there playing in the snow on Cape Hood. So, I may have done some bragging to people back home……..but just a little!

Our trip also included hiking in the Multnomah Falls, visiting the cities of Portland, Newport, and Seaside, eating cheese and ice cream at the Tillamook Cheese Factory, boogie boarding, exploring light houses and logging camps, taking an ocean boat tour, and of course, spending a lot of time exploring the beaches.

My group with the falls in the background.

If any of you are looking for a new vacation spot, I would highly recommend Oregon. Not only is there no humidity, but you basically find any kind of landscape you want: oceans, mountains, forests, rivers, waterfalls, lakes, everything.

So overall, I agree that the Pacific really is terrific. I could easily have spent another week there, but, sadly, returning to reality is all part of the vacation process. I hope you all are getting relaxed and ready to return to the reality that is college! Only three weeks til move in day!

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