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happy smile face clipartThe two RV Gypsies went on a dune buggy ride
at Sand Dunes Frontier
83960 Highway 101
Florence, Oregon 97439
'541-997-3544
June 15, 2015

sign: Sanddunes Frontier dunebuggy rides

the four-seater dune buggy

the guide buckles Karen in tightly Lee Duquette ready to roll

The two RV Gypsies took their third fun-filled scenic dune buggy ride over glistening valleys, vast hills, and desert atmosphere - which added up to one of the most fascinating adventures they may ever experience. The driver drove up, down and sideways on dunes that were about 70 feet or more in height, and then out onto the beach, and then more dune excitement.

a small sand dune

A yellow, bigger dune buggy ahead looks like a dot in the giant sand dune.

a dot of a dune buggy ahead

This sand dune is much bigger than it loks in the picture

Karen randomly took photos without looking through the view finder in the hopes of getting decent pictures, which she did. The dune buggy went at a fast pace and made sudden turns, often being sideways on a dune. The ride was mostly bouncy so the camera could not be held still. Karen just pointed the camera in all directions and snapped photos. They came out okay.

sand dunes

the two RV Gypsies in the dune buggy

There were two other dune buggies out today. The blue one got stuck in the sand and the other two drivers had to stop and help.

The blue dune buggy is stuck in the sand

The blue dune buggy is stuck in the sand

The drivers digging out sand from around the tires of the stuck dune buggy.

The blue dune buggy is stuck in the sand

The drivers digging out sand from around the tires.

While stopped, the driver photographed the two RV Gypsies (and the other passenger) in the dune buggy. Then it was forward to the beach, and the driver took a few more photos.

The two RV Gypsies int the dune buggy.

The two RV Gypsies int the dune buggy

The two RV Gypsies int the dune buggy

The Pacific Ocean and beach.

The dune buggies sped along the beach.

The dune buggies speed along the beach.

The dune buggies speed along the beach.

The trail back to the dunes.

Dune buggies heading up the dune.

The trail back to the dunes.

Dune buggies heading up the dune

The driver of the orange dune buggy was more experienced, and liked to keep an eye on the other two dune buggies.

Dune buggies heading up the dune

Dune buggies heading up the dune

eating the sand from the blue dune buggy

almost to the top

almost to the top

Karen Duquette

Time to eat the sand!

Looking down the steep dune
at the yellow dune buggy.

Time to eat the sand!

Looking down the steep dune

The driver for the two RV Gypsies did not follow the other dune buggies. He often went higher and steeper into the dunes, and then headed towards the other dune buggies, which allowed Karen the opportunity to get great shots of the other dune buggies. The dunes are very tall and the dune buggies looked like toys in the sand.

dune buggy dots

dune buggy dots

dune buggy dots

dune buggy dots

going up a dune

going up a dune

Again, notice the small dots in the sand. The dots are really the blue and the yellow dune buggies.

he blue and the yellow dune buggies are dots

he blue and the yellow dune buggies are dots

he blue and the yellow dune buggies are dots

a big sand dune

two dune buggies up the hill

sand dune and dune buggy dots

blue and yellow dune buggies

the yellow, bigger dune buggy

the yellow, bigger dune buggy

a big sand dune

This was actually the two RV Gypsies, third time ridding dune buggies at this sand dune. The first time was back in May 2009. The two RV Gypsies liked it so much that they took a second tour the very next day. Those photos can be found here, or by using the TOC button above and choosing the letter D, then scrolling down.

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