PODCAST 63: Oregon 2017 Part Two: Bandon, Shore Acres & Heceta Head Lighthouse at Night

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Second Part of our Oregon Coast 2017 Listener Adventure and this time we are in Bandon, Shore Acres State Park and at the Heceta Head Lighthouse! This trip had been fantastic but a day of rain moved us from the Brookings area up to Bandon with hope that the skies would clear by sunrise the next day and boy did the skies change! We talk about our working hard to take advantage of the gap in the cloudy skies at Bandon and later on Shore Acres on our way up to Heceta Head Lighthouse. We ended up barely catching a short-lived mostly clouded out sunset from the road at an overlook across the bay from Heceta Head Lighthouse and then hike up to the lighthouse to capture it at night while the lights are shining. It was a stunning adventure from Bandon to Heceta Head and was made even that much better with another day of hanging out with Michael Shainblum and Serena Ho!

Again thank you to John, Kirk and Drew for joining us on the podcast to share their what went wells and challenges!

Here is a link to the NRS Boundary socks: https://goo.gl/csk5Xc
Silver Sharpie for labeling your memory cards: https://goo.gl/KzDPNK
AirBNB: https://www.airbnb.com/

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Gustavo Contreras
Northern lights @ Skogafoss, Iceland October 2017

Pending Video of us on the scary edge of Secret Beach

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  1. I’ve enjoyed my recent find of your podcast! what type of keen watershoes do you have or recommend for the foundation of those nrs boundary socks?

    thanks and keep the episodes coming!

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      Hey thanks, Norm! Really glad you found us! As for your question, I used these Keen’s for mine: http://amzn.to/2DG3f9b

      They were the same Keen’s that Drew and Kirk used mostly. Just slight differences. While it was hard to put them on the first time over the NRS Boundary sock, it really wasn’t that tough the second time and I LOVED having them over my socks when I was at Thor’s Well. On the beach, I would have been fine in my socks alone but it is way better to not have them act as the soles of my feet because they will last longer this way.

      Thanks again for the kind words and really glad you found us! By the way, how did you find out about our podcast? -Aaron

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