Wheeler on the Bay Lodge

580 Marine, drHighway 101, Wheeler, Oregon, 97147, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 580 Marine, drHighway 101, Wheeler, is near Nehalem Bay State Park, Neahkahnie Mountain, and Shortsands Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Wheeler

    Return to the Oregon Coast

    A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Sep 06, 2014

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    Waved goodbye to Tim's family and embarked on the journey up the 10 mile, narrow mountain pass we needed to cross to return to the Ocean. I think Tim had been exaggerating a bit the night before when he warned us of the barrage of logging trucks that would be barreling by us at breakneck speeds, the treacherous gravel we would be forced to traverse, and hills so steep they would make us cry (ok, he didn't actually say this exactly, but it's not too far ...

    Night 16: Clams, Finally!

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 08, 2014

    5 photos

    ... a hill above Kelly's Marina on US 101, south of Wheeler, OR. The marina sits on Nehalem Bay and is near places we've camped in years past. It's a little loud here , which is usual for marina camps. Many people who stay in such places have never heard of "quiet hours." The guys have quit drinking down by the RVs below us, but there are two teenage girls talking and playing their music to illustrate their surely important ...

    Day 13: Down to the Pacific

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 10, 2013

    ... of miles past thick temperate rain forests and tiny towns and sloughs is the port of Astoria, Oregon. The city is set up alongside steep hills at about the point where the Pacific water mixes with the coursing fresh Canadian waters of the Columbia. Seals and whales and freighters inhabit this part of the river.   Twenty minutes northwest is the spot that amazed Lewis and Clark so many years ago when they finally reached their goal of finding a way to the ...

    The Oregon Coast

    A travel blog entry by tchester on Jul 12, 2012

    5 photos

    ... drove on to Portland, Oregon which is just over the Washington/Oregon border. Portland is a very large city with incredible bridges that lead to its center. We saw enormous drawbridges and some that were of the most unique designs we have ever seen. Inside the city center, we found a place to park, made our sandwiches and walked to a nearby park to eat. At the park was a really cool "fountain" of sorts. It was two stories and had areas ...

    It's all about the grub...and the coffee stops

    A travel blog entry by blahblahblog on Jul 18, 2010

    4 comments, 24 photos

    ... putting on every item of clothing I have with me. Including (last night) my rain jacket. I don't know what it is but I'm feeling the cold these nights. Well, as it turns out it wasn't a pesky person at all but a crow who'd gotten into my food bag and found a lovely peach that I was planning to have for my brekkie - he kept dropping it on the table as he took a fair crack at it.

    And that's how I ended up 15 miles later tucking into a short stack of ...