Driftwood makes me swoon. I know its weird maybe, but its me. Plentiful driftwood, like one finds on the beautiful Oregon coast sends me to another dimension. Driftwood, I believe, even inspires Mother Nature’s artistic spirit. She takes a raw log, a gnarly root and a bundle of branches or bark, bathes it with waves, polishes it with sand, then turns it out on a beach to let it bask in the sun to provide rich contrasts between light and dark.
Some inquired about our sanity: Floridians heading to Oregon for spring break, renting an RV to enjoy the coast? We even questioned ourselves. I mean, finally good weather seemed here to stay in Florida. We could have had a week to enjoy the boat,work on tans, make pizza on the grill and enjoy Bellini’s and O Maddy’s in Gulfport, why are we going to Oregon? We kept our plans despite a doubt or two, and departing in the PM out of Orlando we headed Northwest.
Oregon was the right decision. So was our Cruise America RV.
Day 1 April 10th