KOA - Bandon / Port Orford
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For a KOA this was a great place for a tent camper to stay. The sites were very small, but we fit and were able to get very comfortable. Privacy is good here. I used the pool and hot tub. Recommended if you have a small set up.
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... stressful part of the trip - a lot of shuffling and foot tapping going on... As is the norm, the bus had its fair share of characters. After an extended stop at a supermarket, one very talkative passenger returned to the bus sporting a pair of springy joke glasses, or has he liked to describe them, "my Google glasses, my eyes have gone all googly" - not sure they had voice recognition though. The decision was whether to go to Port ...
... we haven't had for a few weeks - it's amazing how much you appreciate things when you don't have them for a while! I reckon I have lost around half a stone which is no bad thing and it is just impossible to eat enough. I think we are burning between 3000 and 5000 calories a day and if only Ben wasn't so stingy I could happily be eating chips everyday and still be loosing weight ...
... if served a purpose, keeping him for getting soaked....
Day 3 -- Dawned drier -- thank goodness -- with a promise of a good weather. Met neighbours this morning-- Mary and Maury from Langley BC -- RVers for the past 20 years. Today was the Oregon Coast in all its glory-- so beautiful, so wild ... we made stops sometimes not much more than a mile down the road ... it was great. I felt so free. We had missed being able ...
... people judge you as you arrive at a restaurant or event. I think that is not the case here.
The informality is disarming and can feel odd on occasions, but I think it goes back to the above.
Arrive at a nice restaurant in cut off jeans and a heavy metal tee shirt and no one thinks twice. No judgement is made. Your credit card is as good as the next guy's.
I was pretty rude about parts of the country (to ...
... process them here. The store is full of jars of home made preserves; jams, jellies, pie fillings in jars ranging from samplers to quart size are piled high on the tables and shelves. The proprietor states that the summer season was very busy and that she anticipates that sales will be brisk for Christmas.
Our day ends with a visit to the Bandon Museum. Today is a special day as some local historians are presenting a program on the topic of the Civil War Veterans ...