We departed New Port, Oregon on a beautiful Saturday morning…temps were in the mid 60°s.
We headed north on the Pacific Coast Hwy 101 and we made our first stop for a quick snack at the Tillamook County Smoker in Bay City—loading up with our protein snack of choice—jerky beef!

Our trailer always attracts questions when ever we stop for any length of time—this time from other visitors—allowing us the opportunity to share Able Nation. And several left with an Able Nation Lineage Ride T-shirt.
Don’t worry, we have more. Available at https://www.crowdrise.com/…/able-nation-lineage-ride-tee-sh…

Our next stop was Cannon Beach! We were able to get several group shots and enjoy the fresh, yet frigid windy beach weather in the high 50s.
(You may recognize the rocks in the background from a popular 80s movie)

Next stop of the day was a wonderful Mexican Restaurant in Warrenton, Oregon. After lunch we traveled over the Astoria-Megler Bridge that spans the Columbia River and is the longest truss bridge in North America.

We spent the afternoon traveling the countryside of Washington on Hwy 101 before jumping on Interstate 5 to head into Lacey, Washington for our nightly arrival—ending another great day of our 14 day tour.
And still there was more!!…we celebrated two birthdays with a delicious cake.