Back home.

After what it felt like an eternity driving, we finally made back to the 208s. We had a great time at the Oregon coast celebrating Annie’s and her mom’s birthday. I feel like I’ve drunk Oregon dried of beer (πŸ˜…). There was so much goodness to try!

Furthermore, our thanks to Jason and Valerie for receiving us at their house. A quick but very enjoyable stop for some bagels πŸ₯― and mimosas 🍹 before continuing our travels through the wild roads of the pacific northwest until our final destination, the Idahos.

More about the whole adventure later, too tired to post a proper post about the entire trip in detail. But good memories have been made.

Until then, stay classy, you all.

πŸ“ Ferment Brewing Company, Hood River pit stop πŸ›‘ πŸ”

And it’s a wrap, ish

πŸ“ The Wine Shack, Cannon Beach wine tasting 😎

This place is super-cool πŸ“ Sisu Beer, Seaside

Unfortunately, I forgot mine back in Boise. At least I found one πŸ˜‰

When you can’t decide….

Wishing a happy birthday to the @_annie , let the shenanigans begin!!! (Well the have been going πŸ˜‰).

❀️ Daniel Jalkut:

I think that particularly in the US we live in a self-aggrandizing/self-lambasting society. You’re not supposed to just live and accept yourself. Take a step back and appreciate who you are for who you are. ❀

Sand Luna

Three hundred and twenty photos, taken today. I’m sure ten of them will be worth editing.

Never have I ever tasted rosemary in a beer. Got to say, it is not bad.

Day 20, beverage #mbmay

πŸ“ Public Coast Brewing Co., Cannon Beach

πŸ“ Hug Point State Recreation Site, Arch Cape

πŸ“ Pelican Brewing Company, Cannon Beach

First full day at Cannon beach, as of 3:36 pm, 293 photos taken

Day 19, indulgence #mbmay


πŸ“· πŸ“ΈπŸͺ¨ 🌊😎

Walked into the Airbnb, and this is the first thing that caught my eye. I do not why.

πŸ“ Pelican Brewing Company, Cannon Beach after 7.5 hours, most needed 🍺🍺🍺🍺

Day 17, hold #mbmay