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... area. Bandon is the cranberry capital of the west coast and the Rogue River meets the Pacific in Bandon.
The Pacific Coast Scenic Byway is one beautiful ride. Can't say enough about how beautiful Oregon is --- both Washington and Oregon have the most open space for people to access the water. Unlike the east coast, you have access to the beaches and you have access without having to pay an entrance or ...
... of hotel was not a coincidence).
After dutifully catching up on each other's lives over the past few years, we head down to the beach to explore. It's overcast and a tad chilly, but that doesn't stop us from playing footy, leaping, running and rolling down massive sand hills, climbing the neat rock formations, and generally mucking about. By the time we returned back to the house, both Kael and Chloe are only sporting underwear ...
It felt good getting back on the bike after two Trans continental and trans Atlantic crossings in a few days.
Arrived back in Eugene then decided to ride to the coast again for the trip south to San Francisco.
That was a mistake.
First off, I planned an off road course to the coast, but it is logging season in Oregon and all my routes were blocked with lumber. ...
... people judge you as you arrive at a restaurant or event. I think that is not the case here.
The informality is disarming and can feel odd on occasions, but I think it goes back to the above.
Arrive at a nice restaurant in cut off jeans and a heavy metal tee shirt and no one thinks twice. No judgement is made. Your credit card is as good as the next guy's.
I was pretty rude about parts of the country (to ...
... opportunities to sand board on the miles and miles of dunes.
Around 11am we made it to the beauty that was the Pacific Ocean. We stepped out to smell the air and admire the raw beauty of it. Lucky pointed to a direction and that is where our home was, New Zealand. Even though it was 6 time zones away we felt closer to home from just looking at the Pacific Ocean. Our drive on the true west coast took us into lunch time when we pulled over ...