Travel Blogs from Coos Bay, United States

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Lighthouses, Sea Lions, & Sand Dunes, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Lighthouses, Sea Lions, & Sand Dunes

A travel blog entry by donnawild

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... how much sand we took on as we wiped sand out of our noses, ears, and hair...not to mention our clothes. We arrived in Coos Bay about 7 and the kids immediately headed to the pool at our hotel.  We went out for supper at the restaurant next door to ...

Views Galore, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Views Galore

A travel blog entry by steveandcarro

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... the ocean and winds it's way through the State Parks. Although google maps may tell you it is a 3 1/2 hour drive from Portland to Coos Bay, it does take all day with so many stops to look at the wonderful scenery unfolding around every turn.   We we ...

A Quiet Day in Coos Bay, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

A Quiet Day in Coos Bay

A travel blog entry by anatw

Rob was working on his grant application, so we spent the day at the house. I watched hummingbirds in the garden and read lots. We had delicious crab cakes for ...

Blackberrying, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Blackberrying

A travel blog entry by anatw

This was another rest day. Rob went out with his dad to join a Ukulele group. At the group he met an old swimming friend called Kane. He had sat with Kane and his dad picking crab, catching up on old times. Meanwhile I sat and read in the sunshine. ...

Wednesday market and Swimming in the Creek, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Wednesday market and Swimming in the Creek

A travel blog entry by anatw

I woke up early today, after two rest days I was ready to explore again. Rob, Ron, Suzi and I all piled into the car. Ron and Suzi were attending the local gym for an hour and Rob and I went to look at the farmers market. The market was really busy and ...

Our last day in Coos Bay, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Our last day in Coos Bay

A travel blog entry by anatw

We spent the morning preparing Prunella for our epic trip around the Pacific Northwest. Suzi thoroughly cleaned her, the seats were removed and a futon installed. Camping equipment was gathered. Everyone was working together and the preparations were ...

Road Pops: Oregon Coast, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Road Pops: Oregon Coast

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling

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... delighted with their Chocolate Porter.   We spent the afternoon further exploring the coast including pop-ins at Boiler Bay State Park and Ecola State Park, which was particularly beautiful.  Just shy of Astoria, we pulled into Fort ...

The unofficial beginning of the journey, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

The unofficial beginning of the journey

A travel blog entry by thedanes

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... with traveling friends Dan and Jennifer. After the 3-day rally, we all headed to the Oregon coast and camped at a state park in the Coos Bay Area. The Oregon coast was beautiful, the weather was perfect, and we will now be able to say we went from coast ...

Out on the Open Road, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Out on the Open Road

A travel blog entry by dianne39

... are full serve! Totally throws me off because I never usually stop at full serve gas stations in the city. We made it to Coos Bay at around 9:00PM. Unfortunately we missed the sunset on the ocean, but maybe we'll see the sunrise tomorrow. Looking forward ...

Day Twenty, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Day Twenty

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu

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... connection.  John and I decided that this guy is either really new to this RV thing, or he is dumb. The ride to Coos Bay was beautiful.  We saw many beautiful beaches and cliff with the water spraying up the sides.  There was some light ...

Into the Fog, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Into the Fog

A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman

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... cold. We set up camp at Sunset Bay State Park, which was anything but sunny. Given the dreary weather we headed into the closest town called Coos Bay which we had read had a cute boardwalk and old town. We were lied to. The town was pretty rundown and the ...

Day 8, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Day 8

A travel blog entry by thewko

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... top shelf to nice, but this one was trashy with many bad dog owners. But they did have a wonderful Italian restaurant in downtown Coos Bay called Little Italy that was operating in a very nice , big old building with railings done up in Mrytle wood native ...

Jul 05, 2010, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Jul 05, 2010

A travel blog entry by makingtreks

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Yeah we have entered Oregon, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Yeah we have entered Oregon

A travel blog entry by wombats2

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... that was so full of filling and very fresh on a score out of 10 I would give this restaurant  a 10/10. We arrived at Coos Bay and booked into the hotel and caught up with emails. It continues to be very cold and drizzling so just relaxing in the ...

Day 53 -  Out of the Vortex & Into Coos Bay, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Day 53 - Out of the Vortex & Into Coos Bay

A travel blog entry by rickr53

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     Today set out to be just a travel day, heading west to Coos Bay, just below Florence where we left off on our trip down the Oregon Coast on US-101S.  But yesterday, during the whitewater rafting trip, Nancy and Alyssa, the ...

Oregon Coast, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Oregon Coast

A travel blog entry by dstravel

Stopped just south of Portland for lunch. Stopped to see a lighthouse. Checked into our hotel. Walked around downtown and had dinner. Susan doesn't know how to pour ...

Fin de la côte de l'Orégon, Coos Bay, États-Unis travel blog

Fin de la côte de l'Orégon

A travel blog entry by ferny01

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Belle journée aujourd'hui avec un peu de brume maritime, mais beaucoup moins que les jours précédents. Les paysages annoncés semblent vraiment prometteurs, nous ne prévoyons donc nous déplacer que d'une centaine de milles ...

Eureka to Coos Bay, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Eureka to Coos Bay

A travel blog entry by harleyrider2

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Historically known as Marshfield, Coos Bay proudly stands today as the largest city on the Oregon Coast with Portland State University having certified the 2012 Population Estimate at 16,060. Surrounded by a beautiful bay, lush emerald forests and ...

Lighthouse's, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Lighthouse's

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley

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We arrived in Coos Bay around noon today and headed out to see a couple of lighthouses. We took the coastal road (Highway 101) to the Couquille Lighthouse which is in Brandon named after a town in Brandon, Ireland in 1873.   The lighthouse ...

Day 24 Florence to Coos Bay, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Day 24 Florence to Coos Bay

A travel blog entry by retiredbeachgal

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... the Pacific Ocean. Our next stops are Devils Wayside, Bullards Beach State Park, and the Coquille River Lighthouse.Finally back to Coos Bay (north on 101), a quick bite to eat at a Burger King and then snacks on our patio overlooking the river.  A ...

Port Townsend to Coos Bay, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Port Townsend to Coos Bay

A travel blog entry by robertjohncook1

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Following stays in Port Townsend, Long Beach & Newport, we awaken to a grey and damp Coos Bay morning.  Noisily awakened I should add at 6:30am by the Coos Bay Railroad bringing boxcars and hopper cars loaded with sawdust & wood chips from a ...

Loong night and beautiful morning!, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Loong night and beautiful morning!

A travel blog entry by mamasrambler

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I spent my first night in my car last night! And that was an adventure in itself. I haven't written about this yet, but I built a bed/cabinet that converts into a finished table for my van, which has been so much fun! Great to have table space for ...

End of summer excursion, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

End of summer excursion

A travel blog entry by hddatmyers

Jude and I took a nice little excursion to Sunset Bay State Park near Coos Bay, Oregon in August 2010. We got around to a few of the local attractions but there weren't any special festivities happening while we were there. We did however have the ...

Coos bay, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Coos bay

A travel blog entry by ivanandchris

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Arrived at 5.30 exhausted and I've just sat on my arse all day. Beautiful drive along the pacific highway where the forests meet the ...

Elk, Parks and Coastal Drive, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Elk, Parks and Coastal Drive

A travel blog entry by astoriavslb

... but cool at the same time. Along the way, we stopped at DQs because Leighann was craving her shake. Two hours later, we arrived in Coos Bay and went around town for a while to see if we wanted to set up camp there. We went to the visitors center to ask ...

Bye Bye California its been fun!, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Bye Bye California its been fun!

A travel blog entry by shutrbug

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... Island so we stopped there to watch it. It was a long 2 more hours of driving in the dark to North Bend, which is just north of Coos Bay. We stopped in Coos Bay to have German food for dinner at the Blue Heron Bistro.  It was quite good. The clerk ...

Sunset Bay, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Sunset Bay

A travel blog entry by twofriends

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... Vorabend oder auf der Fahrt festgelegt. Bei der Auswahl von unzähligen Campingplätzen verraten Schlagwörter wie "Sunset" und "Bay" schon einiges darüber was uns erwarten könnte. Ergänzend halfen uns schlussendlich immer die Google Maps Bewertungen ...

beautiful coastline, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

beautiful coastline

A travel blog entry by sussel_ontour

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Die Fahrt bis hierher hat sich sehr gezogen, sind aber schliesslich angekommen. Unterwegs waren schoene Aussichtspunkte ueber die wunderschoene Kueste mit Felsen und feinem Kies- und Sandstrand. Ausserdem waren wir heute im Fern Canyon. Da faehrt man ...

Day 22, Coos Bay,, United States travel blog

Day 22

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption

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... thousands of years. Members of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, Siuslaw and Coquille tribes lived, fished, hunted and gathered along Coos Bay and its estuaries, along rivers, and in meadows and forests. Approximately 400 years ago, British and Spanish ...

Fishing the Wood River, Coos Bay, United States travel blog

Fishing the Wood River

A travel blog entry by stolenhours

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I have not been at all diligent about my blog – but I do not feel guilty.  We have been busy; and having fun takes lots of time and energy.  Last time, I wrote an entry we were in the Crater Lake area and I ...

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