South Beach, OR (Click Pictures to Enlarge)
Local Ocean Seafoods.
The restaurant is one of those places which doesn’t look like much on the outside, but has good and fresh seafood. It’s located right across the street from the docks where the commercial fishing fleet brings in their daily catches.
Even though it was Sunday evening and the weather was damp and very cloudy, the restaurant had a 30-45 minute wait time. This worked out well as we got an opportunity to walk up and down the boardwalk and view the harbor containing the fishing vessels, check out a few spots to purchase fresh tuna and salmon, and view (and hear) some of the local Sea Lion population.
Sea Lions on the rocks in Newport, OR
I will have to say that after 29 years of being married, the time together has not only passed by very quickly, but I think that we grow closer together as time passes. Certainly for anyone contemplating the full-timing RV lifestyle, a pre-requisite should be that the two of you are “best friends” as well.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look!
Happy anniversary. I agree that you need to be best friends to live the full timers life style. I wasn't a seafood fan either until I had fresh mahi mahi in the Keys.ReplyDelete
Happy Anniversary, you've got one year on us. Great place for dinner wasn't it, we ate there too when in Newport. Were the sea lions hanging around across the street, they kept us entertained during dinner.ReplyDelete
Not directly across the street, but they were close enough to be able to hear them from the restaurant.Delete
And with that comes a "Love Shack"...ReplyDelete
Happy Anniversary to cradle robbing Steve and his child bride Karen! :cDReplyDelete
From the wait time at that restaurant, it sounds like you picked a popular place. Dinner looked great!
Happy Anniversary. We share it with you. We're were also married on September 15, 29 years ago (in San Jose, CA). We plan to head out FT next June. We can't wait!ReplyDelete
Debbie please feel free to drop us an email if there are any questions we might be able to answer concerning fulltiming.Delete
We LOVE fulltiming for the short time we've been doing it.
Congrats on the 29 years. You guys are really on a good trip right now. Hope you continue to enjoy the NW area.ReplyDelete