Resting On The Rock

Address: 8721 Grandview, Seal Rock, Oregon, 97376, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 8721 Grandview, Seal Rock, is near Oregon Coast Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Seal Rock

On the Beach

A travel blog entry by tswine on Oct 03, 2014

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The three hour drive from Cannon Beach to Yachats down Highway 101 did not disappoint. Spectacular views of the rocky coastline and crashing surf were plentiful. We could see whales spout off the shore, pleasure and commercial boats in the harbors, and wilderness areas covered with cypress and pine trees. There were many RV's traveling on the same route we are exploring. I didn't expect the campgrounds to be this busy, but the atypical warm and dry ...

Hidden Gem of the West Coast

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Sep 09, 2014

16 photos

... couple of people we met in Bend. It was a quaint seaside town with small shops, a few restaurants and taverns and a number of coffee joints. We decided to grab a cup and a pastry at the Green Salmon Coffee House, good choice. We slowly sipped our coconut crack mocha and Mexican coffee as we further discussed our future and did a little research on our phones as early afternoon quietly slipped away. After our stroll back along the beach we did some more relaxing at ...

From Hot Springs to Springing a leak - or three!

A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on May 10, 2014

4 comments, 71 photos

... fragrant, and the other being mithered by his pit bull, Rocky, to throw a stick, and listening to the girl wearing nothing but a bra, singing 'Ave Maria' in a lovely pure tone.

That night it rained, and continued to rain intermittently during the day as we continued past historic Mott Bridge, the last remaining three hinged timber arch bridge built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in ...

GLORY, GLORY HALLELUJAH!

A travel blog entry by kduntley on Mar 21, 2014

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... are, they're like 500 years old! Nothing in our part of the world is that old except natural monuments like this. SO COOL!!

Then the highway took me back to the coastline, which of course was beautiful. I got some really cool shots of a bunch of different lighthouses today, which was pretty awesome! I just love lighthouses, they're so cool! Also, the great thing about today's drive was that it didn't curve around every nook ...

Day 14: The Capes

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 11, 2013

1 comment

... where sits a tiny town subsisting on tourism and fishing. Last year we took a charter out into the rolling sea here in an unsuccessful attemp to see whales. We looked out into the bay, which us hone to resident gray whales year round. Usually these whales migrate from Mexico to Alaska, but a few decided Depoe Bay was a good place to stay year round. With Ana and the wind we wouldn't be trying a charter so we watched the bay from shore. We saw nothing. In ...

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