As workampers, we sometimes take on the role of detectives. The forensic evidence seems to point to murder on the beach. It looks like s/he put up a good fight.
Moonrise over the Alsea Bridge at Waldport, Oregon.
Mushrooms in Oregon? Who would have guessed? Many people know how to identify the edible ones. We just love to see the variety.
A Waterdog!!! The kids used to love to catch these in the rivers. We found this little guy walking on the trail close to Canal Creek.
Canal Creek Campground is a beautiful, out-of-the-way, little campground. Great for tent camping. It also has a big group area that can be reserved through www.recreation.gov . It is just 4 miles off the Alsea Hwy, not far from Waldport, Oregon.
In 2010, Canal Creek became a Reservation-Only group campground. The side with the individual campsites now has a common area with picnic table and a group fire ring. It can accommodate up to 50 people. The other side has a pavilion and group fire ring and can accommodate up to 100 people.
It is no longer a year-round campground. The reservation season is from mid-May through Labor Day.
There is always a warm welcome at Mom’s house!
When snow reports start showing up, that’s when it’s time to leave! We caught a great glimpse of Mt Shasta on our way to Oregon.