The Chetco River Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... fellow travellers who felt they didn’t get their money’s worth, and say they really don’t understand how Mary6745 could possibly give the place four stars. What to do, what to do?
We eventually opt for a compromise – have a relaxing cup of coffee, take our time showering and packing, then see what comes.
.... It’s now late evening. We were due to arrive at our B&B in Brookings about half an hour ...
When I awoke, Kevin was ready to hit the road. He had calculated the his daily average required to arrive at work, roughly 50 miles per day. This would be no problem for me, except for my hearty kinship with rest days. It looked like this might be where our paths diverged. Since I had arrived late the night before I slept in a little later than usual. Consulting the mystical Yahoo weather oracle, it seemed as ...
... how you feel while hiking among the trees. You can photograph parts of trunks but it impossible to capture the true size, or the sensations that you get. The woods is so peaceful and quiet which adds to the serenity you feel. I know we took our family to some redwoods & sequoias when we took our trip to CA but you kids were so young. You need to do it again and take your families. (I'm not sure how ...
On July 4, we started the day by leaving a car down at the Brookings Harbor, so we have a ride back after the Independence Day festivities and fireworks. (It's a long story… it involves a bicycle, another car, and a long bike ride downhill from Diane’s to the harbor.)
Then, for another superb ocean adventure, at low tide we wandered out onto Mill Beach, just below the town of Brookings. Bob ...
... bald eagles, deer, and osprey. Through much of the trip, turkey vultures wheeled lazily overhead. We stopped half way through the tour for a delicious dinner at a resort on the edge of the wilderness. At the end, we found a small group of Roosevelt elk near the tidal flats.
It was a warm day, in the 90s, and we all asked to get wet - so our pilot Kevin ...