The forecast was looking bleak so it took us until noon to get our act together all at the same time. The only conclusion on a gloomy day was that we need to go back to Cannon Beach and have fish and chips at Mo's.
|Today is our last full day on the Oregon coast. Time to head north 'cause the rains are a-coming.|
|Mo's Restaurant - hot chowder, great views.|
|Life is swell at Mo's as we gaze upon Haystack Rock in the distance.|
|Fish Tacos. Nothing fancy but tasty none-the-less.|
|Fish and chips, chips and fish. A full-body grease job. I'm good for a year now.|
|The Chocolate Cafe. Oh, this could be a problem.|
|The flowers are still looking fine.|
|A late blooming clematis.|
We can say with confidence that we have not left any store unseen in Cannon Beach. With no trailer in tow we were able to stop at a few pull outs. A favourite being Hug Point. This parking lot is NOT suitable for vehicles that are towing unless you wish to perfect your three-point turn with a trailer. This was a fabulous little beach access with a few caves and fun points to run around as the tidal waves slithered up to the foot of the head lands.
|Ah, what is a beach walk without a selfie?|
|Some interesting history about the roadway and pull out in the next picture.|
|High up above Manzinita looking south towards Nehalem Bay State Park.|
It is not seen in this picture; however, we could see Cape Meares and Cape Lookout far away in the distance.