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... Old Town Inn) and found the rooms were not ready yet. Then over to the marina where we had a picnic lunch waterside.
Our next stop was just south of the river at the Sand Dunes. We "rode the rails". I was expecting more of a "thrill ride". Instead it was a really nice informative tour of the sand dunes with a few exciting moments. I learned ...
... From where we stayed right off the dunes to the ocean it would be about a 2 mile walk taking 3 to 4 hours in the soft sand! We did not ever try.
Sitcoos Lake is Oregon's largest coastal lake, covering 3,200 acres (1,295 ha) and supporting trophy-size bass, perch, salmon and trout. You can see the lake from the top of ...
... while Chris outside attempted to light a fire in whirling winds...wearing shorts no less...seriously how is he in shorts at this moment.
Chris actually got a nice fire going, we did some quick skewering of some hot dogs since we did not want to be outside too long. With my ski socks on and safely tucked into a fleece blanket and then sleeping back I was plenty warm. We watched the first episode of Game of Thrones and called it a night.
... ospreys fishing. We enjoyed a most peaceful evening and a great campfire.
Sunday's drive took us further west on 126 through the a good sized city of Eugene (traffic!) and to the coastal town of Florence. After looking at several campgrounds, we found a site in a forest service campground at the Oregon Dunes. The weather was great and the campground quiet. An evening climb to the top of HUGE sand dunes brought our first views ...
... its garage doors to let the light and fresh air in.
On Day Two after the thrilling Sand Dune ride and breakfast at the Little Brown Hen, we checked out Florence where the nearby sand dunes tower 500 feet above the beach. Old Town has its quaint shops, restaurants, and river walk. At the dock, fresh tuna and Dungeness crabs were for sale.
Our last day trip went south from Florence to Bandon by the Sea, passing 40 miles of sand dunes, ...
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