Yesterday we headed off on a ride to the coast. Making a 220 mile round trip to Westport for lunch. When we left Morton, the roads were wet, and the skies grey and gloomy, the hills shrouded in fog. But before we had even gone ten miles we could see blue skies, and soon we were out under them for the rest of the day.
We stopped at Rainbow Falls State Park for a few minutes along Highway 6 before heading out towards Raymond. Highway 6 is a decent road. A two lane with just enough twists to be fun as it weaves through the foothills. Heading out to Raymond before jumping onto Highway 105 and rounding the north side of Willapa Bay.
Then we followed Highway 105 up through Tokeland, Grayland, and into Westport. We swung dont to the fishing port and parked the bikes in front of a nice little cafe, and had lunch at a sidewalk table. I tell you what, when they called the burger I had a 'Big Catch', it wasn't an exaggeration. It was all I could do to eat all of it...and I barely even ate the fries it came with. But, damn, it was delicious!!!
We made a couple of stops along the way after we ate. But mostly we jsut putted back the way we came. Enjoying the scenery, and the comradeship of riding together.
It was after dark, and under a full moon when we finally rode back into Morton. A nice enjoyable day riding with some friends. I have another trip about the same distance next weekend, rain or shine...I hope it turns out to be as good.
Catch you on the road sometime...