Pacific City, July 4th
Sometimes the silence is the best.
I thought that Pacific City really needed two posts. One for the overblown July 4th car park beach party, and another for the beautiful side of PC.
The guys from StayWild had their #kookout which was a great way to celebrate July 4th. With their 15 foot high peace sign speaker, hot tubs, tents, free beers and Kampoocha, they had quite the premium spot on the ocean. They were having a right old day of it with some closeout surfing and giving away the first issue of stay wild. The best thing was that these guys, were doing a great job of cleaning up, and also had for sunday a clean up planned for sunday which no doubt will help short sands, where I imagine lots of people dropped litter, and set off fireworks with little thought about the clean up which would need to happen afterwards.
We camped down at the beach in Woods campground.
Its basic, but has a nice spot and to is protected nicely from the wind.
Our real estate empire is growing by the minute.
It has a great river close by, and is a super affordable spot to stay down by PC.
We hiked up the ridge along to the cape, and its amazing to see how nice it is over the back. When we got Tacos, there was pictures of waves hitting this side, and smashing over the rocks to the other side.
It makes a perfect backdrop, for pictures of the wife, and the little one tucked away for a hike in the sun. Beauty.
Anyways, there was some good rights and a left which I couldn’t really work out but I guess thats learning to surf different waves.
If you ever need a board for mellow waves, the firewire baked potato is without doubt the best board I ever tried. 6’2 with the same volume as a long board. Such a fun board, and always something you need to have in the locker for Oregon surf.
Thank You Oregon.