The Chetco River Inn
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... Area begins. We took a ride on a giant sand buggy and toured 10 miles of the dunes, including two miles of a secluded beach that you can only reach with an ATV or sand buggy. Will try to post some pictures later of the dunes as they were amazing, like being on Tattooine from Star Wars. People camp out on the dunes and whole families ...
... of festivities where we tried some local microbrews, kettle corn, pulled pork, and Portland bluegrass. Ebony was a hit and made many friends.
As the sun started to set, we headed down to the beach for the July 4th celebrations (and Bob did the car/bike routine). This was a totally new experience for us: families and groups scattered up and down the beach in the dark, most with ...
... to the Brookings Harbor - we're going to go deep-sea fishing with a friend of Diane's on Thursday, and we wanted to check out his boat. While there, we watched cormorants and pelicans diving for fish in the harbor.
Then, we all chowed down on fresh fish and chips at a harbor restaurant. On a whim, we stopped to look at small travel trailers at a Brookings RV dealer. Tent camping ...
... so we chased a picture but a huge rock was blocking most of the view. Again a fantastic camp ground, with great amenities beside beautiful beaches for $20 a night. The wieners were so good last night that we decided that for our last night of camping we would do them again. This time we added bacon which was some of the best bacon I have ever had. (Bacon generally isn't nice at the hotels) We had s'mores to finish off and a good fire. The end of our camping, Hotels now to finish the ...
... the hardest! To end my sob story on a happy note I decided if we can't eat out then I'll make our own feast so we had fresh buttery corn cooked on our little ray mears wood stove, spicy chickpea wraps with avacado and cheeeese with mash potato on the side- hardly living on the breadline ;) full bellies+no booze+ coon boxes to put food in = good sleep... I'm writing this in the morning to the sound of rain drops on the tent so we'll see what today will ...