Saturday, September 18, 2021

Resort??

 9:22 am - Saturday - September 18th - Seal Rock, OR - 55° F, 94% humidity....not sure how it is that low.....has been raining since 5 pm Friday, wind 22 mph out of the south, and I believe that for sure.....very windy right now!  Forecast high for today is 59° F.  On this date one year ago I deployed my drone to take a few pictures of our location......↴



Coming in for a landing....

The weather guessers were predicting a three day storm beginning late afternoon Friday, and TLE and I wanted to get out for a drive south to Sea Perch RV Resort located about 7 miles south of Yachats.  We've driven by this place several times in the year we've been here and really wanted to check it out, and check on possibly working there next summer.  We left around 11:30 am to make the 25 mile one way drive.  The skies were already turning dark gray presaging the advancing storm......



.....we arrived at Sea Perch a little after 12 pm, and went inside to meet Tony and Barbara, the managers of this RV resort, and unlike many RV parks ascribing the term 'resort' to their facility, this one is really a resort in ever sense of the word.....

The office

The club house

....there are only 29 full hookup sites at this seaside resort, and every site has a 60' x 25' concrete pad.  All the interior roads are paved with asphalt.  The club house is enormous, and includes a gym, game room, and lounge area as well as very nice tiled bathrooms with large, tiled showers....





.....the front row of RV sites are all pull in sites, meaning you pull into the site front first so you have a view of the ocean if  you have a Class A, or C motorhome.  There are utilities on both sides of each of these sites so you have the option of backing into them if you wish.....





....we talked with Tony and Barbara for about 30 minutes, and promised to send then our resumes so they might consider us for the summer of 2022 as resort hosts.

On our way back north we stopped off at Cook's Chasm to take in the views.  We've passed by this vista point many times, but never stopped.  It was well worth the time......




Watch to the end.....a geyser will erupt out of that hole in the foregroud


.....our next stop was Yachats Brewing Company for a couple of brews, and lunch.....by this time it was getting quite stormy, and windy.  On this day we may have chosen to eat indoors, but the only table available was alfresco.....alfresco is not always desirable.....lol...


....we got quite chilled sitting outdoors, and ended up finishing our brews, and getting a doggy box for the rest of our lunches.  It was great to get home and turn on the heaters and get warm again!  I took a long beer induced nap waking up just before 4 pm.  The rain began shortly after 5 pm, and it continued raining unabated all through the evening, and continues now as I write.  

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