After being told of the difficulties with Sam’s tracks for the last 100 miles, we decided to try GPSKevin’s easy route for the final day. Little did we know that, as far as navigation was concerned, this day would still become the most difficult day of the entire trip. It started out with beautiful twisty paved roads that made us think it would be easier than we thought. That all changed once we hit the dirt. As we got deeper and deeper into the forest we started hitting roadblock after roadblock. This section is heavily logged, which creates numerous changes in the roads, their condition, and what roads are open to motorized traffic. Navigation was a nightmare since GPSKevin’s tracks take you through places that have been overgrown for years and are completely impassable. When looking at a map, there is simply no way to know which roads are passable. We spent several hours trying to find our way west with no luck. We ended up with only 1 feasible route that could lead us out of the forest and unanimously decided to take it. Luckily, it was completely clear and got us to a paved road that we followed to a small town nearby where we took a break before heading to Port Orford. Our Sena intercoms lit up with yells and screams as the Pacific Ocean came into view. The best feeling of the entire trip was from seeing the Pacific Ocean and knowing that we had completed the journey. We had a fantastic dinner and stayed around to watch the fireworks since it was the 4th of July! We couldn’t have asked for a better end to the trip!