I asked, "Is there wi-fi?"
I was assured there was.
Then I could update this website and learn to use my fancy DSLR camera by watching youtube videos.
You guessed it.
I still had my iphone - but it is so not the same as my computer.
What does a yurt look like in a state park in Oregon?
Here is your tour:
This was a handicap accessible yurt.
Has a nice little roof on the outside deck which was great for that August Oregon mist.
On the right is a futon.
All the beds have a thin-ish vinyl covering.
Bring your own bedding.
On the deck is a picnic table and out in the campsite is another picnic table and a metal fire pit.
It is cool!
There is even a hook on a pole to open it up for fresh air.
The windows on the yurt are screened and can be rolled open and secured with velcro.
I looked at the website for Pacific Yurts who manufactured all these and the 16' yurts cost about $5300.00
Two electrical outlets too.
Quite a lot going on in a small round space!
I took some photos of a rusting storage container near the Salvation Army store.
The store was over price.
But, hey - it is in a touristy town...
The beaches were deserted.