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Coast Trip to Rockaway $40...better hurry to reserve your spot for 9/23-23

From: Bruce
Sent on: Monday, September 10, 2007 10:26 PM
Saturday and Sunday, September 22nd and 23rd will be our first overnight trip! $40 for one night at north Rockaway Beach in a two-story private home with a third story crow's nest with a 270 degree beach/ocean view. (A second night [Sunday] is available for another $28 each if everyone wants to stay later.) The house is new construction and sleeps ten in three bedrooms, has Dish TV, a high vaulted ceiling and fireplace, a downstairs game room with foosball and ping-pong and wireless internet.

This section of Rockaway is actually called Nedonna Beach or Manhattan Beach which is two miles north of the City of Rockaway Beach and ten miles south of Manzanita. Nearby is the Jetty Fishery where we'll get fresh crab, clams, and oysters right out of the tank and into the boiler. We'll eat sitting on rustic picnic benches right on the inlet to Nehalem Bay across from where the seals sun themselves on the beach.

Nehalem Winery is not far, as well as kayaking, and boat rentals for crabbing or fishing. Also, Karla's Smokehouse is nearby for some smokin' salmon which comes out of the smoker mid-day.

Saturday night we can watch the sunset over a driftwood campfire on the beach. Some of you may want to help organize breakfast and snacks...or just bring your own.

Sunday afternoon we can hike 2.5 miles out Cape Lookout through an old growth forest on a peninsula about 600 feet above the ocean. It's a relatively flat, easy trail with great scenery. We can stop by the Pelican BrewPub after the hike for some award-winning micro-brews and great food right on the beach at Pacific City sort of on the way back home.

So, if you want to come you'll need to pay to reserve your $40 spot with PayPal (on our Meetup website). This will be non-refundable, so if you can't come you'll have to resell your spot to someone else. (This is the only way I can figure how to do this since I'm not a bank.)

Call me if you have questions,

Bruce, Organizer
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