In the 1920s, the row of cottages on Beach Street was mill-worker housing. If anyone has stories about these or the people who lived in them, please email me.
Raindogs was a gift shop owned by Stephanie and David Bridson. It was the first business in Yachats to have a brick-and-mortar (well, actually wood and nails) storefront, as well as an online business. David, a former television cameraman, started the Yachats Celtic Music Festival in 2001, as a project of the Yachats Chamber.
I have some recollection that Raindogs also sold rain. Seriously. They'd collect it, date it, and sell it. Why not? This is Yachats, after all, where whimsy is everywhere, and we average 90 inches of rain a year.
Yachats Health Care practitioners include Laura Rains, a licensed therapist, Dr. Jai Tomlin, a chiropractor, and Lisa Walker, a massage therapist.
This website, yachats-history.com, is a work in progress.
I'm hoping to gather more stories about this location. If you have good ones, email me. THANKS!
Pets, Bath and Beyond
Raindogs, a People's Store
Yachats Health Clinic
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