Thursday, September 18, 2008
Nor can you judge a village by just driving though and looking at it and
a good example of that is Yachats. On a sunny day a leisurely drive north or south on highway 101 thru the village reveals a small village with restaurants, shops, markets, motels and people walking to and fro. On a stormy day the village can look almost empty as winds whip power lines and banners about. On a foggy day you can almost miss the village trying to keep your eyes on the road and the ocean might not even be visible. After darkness falls, depending on the hour, the village can twinkle with lights from businesses, but later into the night just the street lights and headlights are the only illumination. But on those clear starry nights when a full moon is casting its powerful light on the ocean the village appears to be a magical spot glowing under natureís light show.
However thatís just at first glance. What many folks passing through Yachats donít see is whatís going on the behind the scenes. †While there is no real movie theater in Yachats there is a science fiction epic movie being written and produced in Yachats. There is no school but there are youth from Yachats playing sports and performing splendidly academically for schools in Waldport and
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