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... of course lions, tigers and bears. The animals all looked very happy and well cared for. We even saw pink flamingo and a porcupine wandering around. I definitely think the highlight for all of us was getting to feed the animals right out of our hands. At least until the giant bird with the pointy beak wanted to get in our car. We left ...
... br> We drove back to the house only to find Tully had left her handbag back where we hadpacked the car. Fortunately someone had picked it up and taken it into the gift shop so we drove back to collect it. Linda then drovre us around the area of Coos Bay and North Bend.We first went along the beaches where family swimming spots were flanked by rugged cliffs and unusual rock formations.She also showed us Steve Prefontaine's family home ...
... lived, fished, hunted and gathered along Coos Bay and its estuaries, along rivers, and in meadows and forests. Approximately 400 years ago, British and Spanish explorers first approached the South Coast. In 1579 Sir Francis Drake is purported to have sought shelter for his ship, the Golden Hinde, around Cape Arago.
We arrived at our accommodation for the evening and it was at the Red Lion Hotel. We were allocated our room but on entry we gagged at ...
... opted for some taffy and I went into absolute bliss with kahlua crunch ice cream. The owner gave me a taste of salt caramel, which is their best seller. Then I spied blackberry ice cream. After a small taste of that I’ll definitely be back for more. When we lived in Oregon we loved blackberry ice cream.
We took a drive down to the dunes to see what a spectacle it was, and sure enough, another trip with a camera will be on our agenda. ...
... outside on the rock ledge. Riding down the elevator into the cave viewing area we found that one bull had a harem on the rock in the center of the cave and few others were lounging around the periphery. One of the staff told us that these Sea Lions mate year round and really don’t do a migration….hmmmm.
Yachats, an upscale artists retreat sits on a bluff above the ocean. It’s location provides a marvelous view back up the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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