looking hard I found one motorcycle :-)
And we think our streets are crowded today!
We go there from time to time. During "the season" it hasn't changed much except that the cars are newer.
That can't be Oregon, Its not raining!
In a modern car its a 1hr 40 min drive from Portland. Wonder what is was then, especially with dirt road going over the coast range? Don.
Where's the sea ???
Tom...this is like "where's Waldo"!! I think I see that bike way toward the back. Man what a crowd!
Looks like the Hood to coast run without the runners there yet
They're all going to a Drive-in theater where they will see live U. of Oregon beat Ohio State tonight!
Me: born and raised in Oregon. Worked one summer on the ranch that became Autzen Stadium. Couldn't support myself and attend either UO or OSC, so moved to Sandy Eggo, and attended San Diego State, then the National Univ of Mexico. Grad from U of Ill. But that's OT.
Someone in the traffic lanes was looking for a car to pull out so they could park. You will notice about a block ahead there is no traffic.
The sea is there, just not in the direction the camera was pointing. I would say it was a sunny day, because of the brightness and the way the shadows fall it was near noon. Maybe they were looking for a place to have lunch. No one seems to be wearing bathing suits. That large building has tables with table cloths on them.
3rd car back in the oncoming lane: is it a speedster or just a very small roadster of some other make?
Might have to go to the watering hole and take a cab home with that game.
Bet the DUI arrests go way up!
Seaside is ten miles south, I am there often. What the picture does not show is a deer or some times an elk wandering around. You better have good brakes on your T.
Some of the buildings are gone replaced with mostly tourist trade buildings, if I understand where it was taken the far right is a bridge.
We will see Ralph! Go Buckeyes!
A thousand feet from home I had to stop in a 45 MPH two lane to let about fifty head of elk cross in front of me! The last 10 head were bulls following the cows. There is elk crap all over my back yard today! No wonder my yappers are wakening me up at O dark thirty. OK Dennis one of us has to bow down----we shall see!!
About thirty years ago, my wife and I followed a cattle herd for about a quarter mile. With our open wheel speedster. She still mentions it occasionally.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2