Miscellaneous thoughts on politics, people, math, science and other cool (if sometimes frustrating) stuff from somewhere near my favorite coffee shop.
Thank You! I owe you one.Your wonderful posting of pictures of the coast of Oregon, was the inspiration to a virtual road trip, via Flash Earth, up north from Eel Creek Recreation Area, all the way to Depoe Bay (Latitude: 44° 48' 30.4" N, Longitude: 124° 3' 47.4" W), home of the Sea Hag and the memorable Oyster omelette we had there a few years ago while driving through Oregon. In retrospect, I can't be sure whether it was the actual omelette which was truly memorable or just a combination of things and the exhilaration of the whole trip at the time, it did lead however to the confection of a wonderful homemade Sunday brunch, yesterday: and, yes, you've guessed it, oysters on the half-shell, purchased early in the AM that very same morning, and a fabulous oyster omelette were on the menu.The moral is: "the early bird catches the worm."Thank you for a fantastic ride across the sand dunes and the coast of Oregon!
Hah! Dana and I ate there too, on a different trip from this one, in July of last year. I got the shrimp melt sandwich and a bowl of chowder- it ended up being a much larger (and tastier!) meal than I had expected. I'll likely do a Depoe Bay Week at some point during the rest of the year. Glad you're enjoying the ride!
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