Goonies Never Say Die!

Whoa! I’m in Astoria, Oregon. What a wild ride it’s been already! I haven’t been taking all that many photos cause I’m getting into the groove of things. I’ve ridden a little over 300 miles so far, and I honestly couldn’t feel any better. My legs are a little sore and my butt gets a little numb after 30+ miles but that is to be expected. I didn’t have plans to come all the way up to Astoria, but I said F it, if I’m going to ride the Oregon coast, I’ll ride the whole thing. I’ve already met some folks and rode with a super rad dude into Portland. Road Dawgs! Here are a few photos so far. I only plan on riding to Cannon Beach today. I Picked up a Wide Angle lens in Portland, so I’ll be working on some seascapes this evening at sunset. And oh dang, went and took some selfies at the Goonies house in Astoria, couldn’t resist the truffle shuffle. Enjoy!!!

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1 Comments:

  1. NRG
    July 12, 2014
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    Great photos Sean!! I really like the black and white of the freighter – there is something so lonesome about it. Great angles on lots of photos. I also appreciate seeing the bike dressed up in it’s full gear. Tomorrow will be a “Supermoon” maybe you’ll get some good shots.
    Supermoon 2014 – overnight July 11-12
    Remember to look up and smile.
    The supermoon will hit its fullest point early Saturday morning, July 12, at 6:25 a.m. CDT. According to EarthSky, the moon will appear about equally full in the July 11 and 12 evening skies.


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