GC16 had mentioned the Yellow Gate Trail. It was pretty obvious where that name came from, but I would have called it a road instead of a trail. Parking was available near the I Cedar Light cache.
The first portion of the "trail" was aggressively uphill until just past the "Huff and Puff" cache which was appropriately named.
I suspect antenna in GPS have improved greatly. When I located the cache, my GPS was showing it still had 50 feet to go.
I left Highway 9 on what Google Maps calls Wilson River Toll Road near the Kansas Creek Cache. Unlike the previous two, in this case the road was gravel as soon as I left the highway.
In Open Sky Country cache so I parked the car (45 29.093,-123 32.829) and started hiking.
Humbre Ridge cache apparently had lots of open views when the cache was placed in November of 2000. Now, most of the views are obscured with trees, but occasionally there would be an open spot with views across rows of ridges.
All that was left after signing the log was to walk back to the car and see if I had enough gas to get to Tillamook.
So was the grilled ham and cheese at the Tillamook Creamery! A great way to celebrate finding three oldies (and a bunch of others) in one weekend.