Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... gift shop perched on the cliff's edge with great views from its walls of windows.
The sun came out and we stopped at Otter Rock & Devil's Punch Bowl - nice paved pathway here along the top of a bluff.
Next stop was Yaquina Head Lighthouse - Oregon's tallest lighthouse at 93 feet, built in 1873. The was a $7 fee here (good for 3 days). Unfortunately, we didn't make full use of hiking areas here due to the weather. We did ...
... this campsite was one of the best we have had. The views were amazing every day and falling asleep to the crashing waves was incredible.
The next morning we enjoyed a large skillet breakfast before heading down to the beach. We walked the shore enjoying the crashing waves, salty air, and shining sun as we gawked at ginormous beach homes and discussed our future. We walked about three miles to the town of Yachats (pronounced Ya Hots) which was recommended to us ...
... drag bottom.
Today's ride was a short day of just 50 miles but did contain 2500 feet of climbing.....you'd think the coast would be flat but it isn't! :-) Here is the link to the Garmin download for those of you who want more details.....
Sharon visited the Oregon Coast Aquarium and viewed several interesting and large fish. Check out the Jelly Fish in her photo ...
... its presence felt! Back in the car and our adventure stop for the day at the dune place in Coos Bay, we rented a 4x 4 motor bike thingy each, signed our life away in triplicate sat thru a safety video, safety chat, and very brief instruction on how the bike actually worked and headed out to the dunes to play. Great fun! Andrea played around on the flat, Garry disappeared into the wilderness and the hard stuff and Stephen and I played on the easy hills! ...
... Next question, “how much?”. I was scared she was going to tell me they were over two hundred since it was a smaller hotel right on the beach. Luckily it wasn’t, and she even gave us a $20 discount since it was so late in the afternoon. We picked the first level room named “Holly”. It had a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and perfect view of the beach. But unfortunately it was getting foggy and we couldn’t ...