Gray Cat Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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We headed inland to the east and ...
... the little fishing town of Winchester Bay, where we toured the Umpqua River Lighthouse.
Our volunteer guide explained that the Lighthouse belongs to the Coast Guard, but they were not really interested in all the work of maintaining it, so they made an agreement with Douglas County to maintain the lighthouse along with the museum next door. We got to climb up to the top and see ...
... there was a memorial to Steve Prefontaine as well as interesting information about Oregon.
We then stopped at a Railway museum which, though not open, gave us a view of a steam train and a couple of cabooses. Interesting. Then we went to meet Tully at a seafood cafe where we had a substantial serve of local fish and chips. After interesting conversation it was time to say farewell. We left Tully there and Linda drove us back to the house where we collected the car, ...
... passes ( only 2 of any size ) on our way to Ely. For those not already familiar, our plan is to head across southern Utah and Colorado. Once on the east edge of the Rockies, perhaps Taos NM, we will decide if to continue east or turn north. Perhaps with the next entry I will have a few more observations about life in Nevada as a bike tourist. Meanwhile I hope you enjoy the ...
... headed in the right direction the local high school had let out so we decided to take a walking tour of downtown Cottage Grove until traffic would allow us to visit the last three bridges. This was almost as new to Elena and Glen as it was to us. After living there for 11 months they had not yet explored Main Street. Dinner was at King's Estate Winery about 25 miles north west of Cottage Grove. If you have ...