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Travel Blogs from Bandon
... sunset. Of course, it didn't take long for the kids to get naked, soaked and cold but it was well worth it!
Oh, and good news. I got in touch with Seaquest National Park and learned that my wallet had been found and returned. The campsite is full, but I was told to show up and hope for the best. Guess we know where were stopping on the way back.
... twenty odd U turns and headed completely off the route I had planned but eventually got to the town I had planned to be at only to find it was awful.
Ended up on Bandon.
Second problem was that although I left Eugene in 90+ heat I had assumed that it would remain.
What is wrong with the Pacific coast?
Blimey it is freezing ...
... green. The Ranger encouraged everyone to walk around and lift up the seaweed, move the rocks, and see what you could find but just walk carefully and put things back where you found them. This was a kids dream come true! We saw critons, hermit crabs, and star fish that were yellow, orange, purple, and a bright red one. There was some students from the Institute of Marine Biology that were ...
Jil wanted to go to Bradley Lake. It is on our way to the cranberry bogs. We miss the road to the boat ramp and turn around. The road is gravel and rough. We get to the ramp turnoff and see a big cat crossing the road...... er, a big CAT is blocking the road! The Caterpillar front loader sits sideways across the road behind a sign stating that the road is closed for repairs. The CAT is very effective in enforcing the "road closed" sign. Sigh. We turn around ...
... br> Today was Texas day. A lot of Texans are visiting the west coast this time of year. An elderly mom and her two daughters were driving up the coast enjoying the scenery and visiting every lighthouse on the way. Tomorrow they plan on going on a whale watching cruise that departs from Florence.
All of the folks that have visited our lighthouse have been nice. It makes volunteering for the Oregon State Parks a pleasure.