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... at the local flea market and resume my route.
The Bandon marsh welcomes me back, crunching and swishing under my feet that sink into it's soft surface. The child joins me and we rejoice in the mud that is climbing my shins. Suddenly the voice of a man breaks the silence, I look up to meet shameful eyes peering at me through a head of messy hair. Their owner apologizes profusely for having been caught talking to himself and begs ...
... but I like my "home" courses better, Pebble Beach and Spanish Bay with their lush green greens and spectacular views of the ocean from the clubhouse. These places also offer other activities besides golf either on the property or close by.
Anyway, Bandon Dunes is a must see or play for anyone who loves the game of golf. Just make sure to bring plenty of $$$. Lots of golf buddies enjoying the course and ambience.
Had lunch, cobb salad unusually stacked and ...
... was good to see Andrew feeling well enough to expend some energy. He seemed to be having a good time doing it, although he'd never admit it. We drove whenever the kids were napping. We drove through the beaches south if Beachside SP and then away from the beach several times usually to meet a bridge. We stopped at a cove just north of the Sea Lion Caves, a seaside cave in which several dozen sea lions have taken up residence. Sea lions, unlike seals, ...
... year.). And also the free
concerts that happen every night before the plays. And the music that some of
the wineries make available to encourage you to come taste their wines. And so
- Beautiful areas right nearby - Crater Lake, national forests, wonderful trails.
- We are told by our innkeeper/landlord/ maybe new friends Margaret and ...
We got to the Redwood National Park in about 4 hours or so, and we found a hiking path to go up and have a picnic. There weren't a lot of people around and not many animals or bugs (so we could hear any way) so it was quiet and beautiful. The redwood trees were some of the largest in the world!
After that we headed back on the road, had a quick pit stop in Klamath for a bathroom break and some beef jerky, and then headed all ...