Um, please excuse the paint.
Nine shades of greige
We’re sort of swimming in a sea of greige right now.
According to our realtor (and more importantly, Pinterest), greige is the BEST paint color to sell your house. So we’re awash in neutral.
Anyway, back to where I left off weeks ago. Which was that pretty cool Pacific Northwest road trip we took in early June. For weeks I’ve been blogging in my head about it (and other topics my mind would like to figure out, like how I might sell dust bunny crafts on Etsy, bc I’ve found OODLES of dust bunnies behind bookcases my friends), but as cool as you all are you probably can’t read my mind (this is a good thing, it’s dusty in there).
So without further ado, here’s the last bit of our trip.
The Oregon coast highway 101
The BEST part of this day was waking up knowing that the only thing on our agenda was getting from point A to point B, with miles of awesome stops and discovery along the way.
Sea monster on the beach…or driftwood?
The views on the other side of the road were spectacular too.
Netarts Bay. Loads of clams and crabs. And muck.
Dear mystery couple in the muck,
I’m sorry for taking your picture.
And for being entertained by you.
And for using you as entertainment here.
That’s all. xo
This is Nye Beach.
It’s like a million miles to the water’s edge here, but we stopped at plenty of beaches along the way. Including one with dozens of ladybugs on the sand.
Unexpected. And pretty cool.
Ladybugs are my jam.
We like factory tours. Tillamook was delightfully cheesy.
A Tillamook grilled cheese sandwich with gluten free bread. Yay!
Have you ever found something unexpected or interesting at the beach? Or been to a factory tour?