Just south of Depoe Bay we drove through Cape Foulweather, so named by Captain James Cook on his third voyage around the world in 1778 for obvious reasons. Cape Foulweather is 500 feet above the beach, which puts it in the clouds when the weather is bad. It was kind of bad today, so for a couple of miles we only had a few feet of visibility. But then we drove down hill and it was just rainy.
After we got settled in at South Beach, I called a local Honda dealer to see if we could get the oil changed on our tow car. We also wanted to have our tail lights checked because the Honda's right turn signal doesn't work when the Honda is hooked up to the rig. The dealership had time for us today and the turn signal is OK, which means we have a problem with the electric cord that connects the rig and the tow car. That's a bit more tricky of a fix. We plan to be back in Salt Lake for a few weeks in October and may be looking for an all-left-turn route.
|Cooper and his new Oregon State collar that Jim bought in Lincoln City, Oregon.|