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The two RV Gypsies
drove from Long Beach, Washington
to Seaside, Oregon
July 24, 2013

While driving over the bridge that connects Washington state and Oregon, the seagulls flew so close to the window of the two RV Gypsies' RV, that several times Karen Duquette thought one would fly right into the RV.

the bridge that connects Washington state and Oregon,
a seagull flying close to the RV window
two seagulls flying close to the RV window
a seagull flying close to the RV window
a seagull flying close to the RV window
a seagull flying close to the RV window

The beach in Seaside, Oregon could barely be seen from the bridge because there was an extremely long cloud layer over the entire horizon.

an extremely long cloud layer over the entire horizon.
an extremely long cloud layer over the entire horizon.

Below: A house with lobster panels for shutters. Guess they really like lobsters.

A house with lobster panels for shutter

Below: Panoramas of the beach and ocean in Seaside, Oregon

Panorama of the beach and ocean in Seaside, Oregon
Karen Duquette on the beach in Seaside, Oregon

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