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On a recent trip to Pier 101 for dinner with my daughter’s Kelsey, Kendra and Kendra’s husband Josh, and my husband Scott, we devoured some great seafood, starting with an appetizer of Steamer Clams. Scott is a good one for giving the waitress a hard time. When she arrived at our table with our drinks and soup, Scott was busy talking and didn’t acknowledge the fact that the waitress was piling up the fresh cracked pepper on his chowder. I finally nudged Scott, who was surprised to see a small mountain of pepper on his chowder. We all got a good chuckle and Scott kept a better eye on the waitress for the rest of the evening. Around the table we ordered the Crab Stuffed Shrimp, Seafood Fettuccini, a Shrimp Po’ Boy and the Brie Salmon. We all enjoyed our food and the atmosphere at the Pier is rustic and inviting. Plan on at least a 15 minute wait and make sure you get your name on the list for a table. The wait is worth the time, the food here is moderately priced, good portions and fun, friendly service.
Kendra and Kelsey
After dinner we drove through a new subdivision Olivia Beach, and enjoyed looking at the community. It featured several beautiful homes, a common area with a volleyball net, BBQ area, community bikes and a gazebo.
Sundown on the Coast
My family and I love the the beach. For me this love started when I was very young and my grandparents took me to the beach to play in the sand. I still love to play in the sand and although my castles aren’t prize worthy works of art, we have mastered fish, turtles and several a very realistic octopus.
We also stopped at Canyon Creek rest area and walked along beach and took a few photos. Be sure to visit Lincoln City on your next trip to the Oregon Coast.
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