KOA - Bandon / Port Orford
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We are the first to leave tent city and make a start on the aptly named 'seven devils road' which consists of a steap ascent and seven large rolling hills in a ridge before a wicked descent (always the best bit) all of which takes around an hr and a half to cycle. Have the best day riding yet- crank out 60 miles and still have time for a hot chocolate in a cafe, a visit to a ...
... like Seaside have grown so much over the years it's incredible... but the coast is the coast and so beautiful. The rain got very bad close to Rockaway Beach and Tillamook-- and it POURED!!!!! Then thunder and lightning.... UGLY!!!! We made it to Lincoln City and it was still raining.... Chinook Winds Casino had a free RV parking area (no amenities) but we decided to try for a Passport America park with wifi .... Chinook ...
... I have had some hard times at home and at work over the years. Having established a stable and successful business and home life, why would I not take advantage of that hard work?
It isn't easy to let go of your life's work and entrust the business to your staff but is a better alternative not to give good people the responsibility and the opportunity to shine? Should we work all the hours there are, retire, play golf and die?
... Coos region to the outside world.
On the way to Coos Bay we take a shortcut that takes us directly to the fishing village of Charlston. From there we travel south along the coastline and visit Cape Arago, Shore Acres and Sunset Bay State Parks. The scenery along this short stretch of coastline is magnificent.
We head back to Coos Bay in order to do some shopping at Fred Meyers, then to home. It is a very pleasant day today.
... and chips at a restaurant recommended to us by the RV park. The meal was wonderful and huge - we could have split one meal - and we just may do that for dinner tomorrow :)
No photos to post today as the last two days have been pretty laid back but I promise to post some soon. We are going to search out some other towns to visit tomorrow - and who knows what yummy treats we will find!
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKOA - Bandon / Port Orford
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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