An overcast morning deep in the woods is soooo dark that you don’t believe your clock when it tells you it’s time to get up. Besides being dark, it was so silent that I began to think we were the only camper here. All that said, I did force myself up, got coffee on, took a shower, and ventured out for a little conversation with another camper before Louise pulled herself up on one elbow. I’m proud of myself discipline… After excusing myself from my neighbor I ventured back into the coach and started our breakfast (now don’t get this all wrong, I don’t always make breakfast for us). I purchased some breakfast sausage last week and I thought it was time for it to hit the frying pan, and if it were to hit that pan, I was going to have to put it there. Well if you start something like that you had better finish it with frying up some eggs and putting some toast in for both of us as well Man, a pot of coffee, a sausage patty, toast, and 2 eggs sunnyside up… With breakfast dishes we were off to see some of the local sites. Yesterday we hiked to the top of the sand dunes, and around a part of the lake, but today it was off to see the “Old Town” of Florence. Florence is like a lot of the seaside towns of Oregon and Washington, lots of gift shoppes, restaurants, and bars all trying to entice you into their establishment. We did enjoy our Old Town walk and we did enjoy a very good lunch there as well. After a visit to their visitor center we found we should head north up the coast and explore some additional secrets of the Oregon coast. Unfortunately today’s weather wasn’t like yesterdays. Today we had a light rain and some light fog over the ocean.