Interesting 1995-era perspective about the turn of the millennium. This was gripping and icky and very, very tense. I didn’t notice Juliette Lewis was in it until she appeared on screen, at which time I gave a sigh of annoyance, but Ralph Fiennes and Angela Bassett were quite good.
Cost: free due to work-sponsored Netflix
Where watched: at home
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/1995/strange_days_ver2.html
After hiking, we went to find food. We found it in Pacific City, where we did not wait 90 minutes for a table at the Pelican Brewery, but instead walked across the street to the pizza place (where they called your order number over a microphone!) and had no wait at all.
Having eaten, we headed down to put our toes in the surf. Walking over the bluff, I gasped, because what did I spy on the beach? Cars! Many, many cars!
I rarely see cars on Oregon beaches and certainly not in these vast quantities.
Cars on the beach! Crazy!
It’s Kelly’s birthday and she wants to go to hike Cascade Head. So off we go in Heidi and Kevin’s Car.
There was a stowaway who climbed aboard for the trip.
Kevin got to drive. Thanks Kevin!
From the car, pictures of some trees.
At the informational sign.
Kevin had to be coaxed into posing.
Our first glimpse of the ocean.
Long way to fall.
Heidi made birthday cupcakes! The birthday girl samples hers.
Our view while we snacked.
Cascade Head makes for a good birthday hike!