|Outlet of the Yachats River flows past the town|
One of the first nights we were here we drove down to Yachats because Vicki was Jonesing for seafood. There is a little fish market and restaurant (by little I mean 4 or 5 tables worth) called the Luna Sea Fish House which is reputed to have some fine deep fried goodness inside. Much of the fineness comes from the fact that the owner operates his own fishing boat and catches much of what he serves himself. I had halibut fish and chips which was not quite as good as the stuff in Bandon but was none too shabby. Vicki had fried oysters (aren't we all surprised). We returned yesterday afternoon and I had a grilled salmon sandwich on ciabatta bread which was fabulous. Vicki had oysters again but grilled this time. She is non-commital which I suspect means she like the fried version better.
|Yachats River Covered Bridge|
|The drive is worth it.|
|Yachats farmer's market|
Yesterday I made us an omelet with one goose egg, some fake
|Goose egg - meal for two|
I'm sure we'll get back to Yachats a few more times in the next couple of weeks since we have to drive through it to get anywhere further south. If anything else interesting is discovered I will be the first to let you know.
|Farm fresh rainbow eggs|