Aug 24: Twin Harbors State Park in Westport to Bay Center KOA near Bruceport (52.3 miles)

Today’s ride is south along the coast and around most of the Willapa bay to a KOA where I can get a shower and do laundry.

I caught a tailwind heading south and east and arrived in Raymond in time for lunch. Along the way I spotted a vulture atop a dead seal,

And later the bay at low tide with people looking for clams

I found a ship that has seen better days

I passed by several oyster boats and processing centers: easy to spot by all the shells

At the KOA I learned how Oysters are raised and collected

It’s the start of a busy weekend on the bay as the tides are favorable to clamming and it’s the last weekend before starts.

Tomorrow it may rain as I continue my southward progression. If all goes as planned I’ll cross the border into Oregon!

Thanks for reading!

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