Turtle Rock Resort
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We made a brief stop downriver where the Rogue meets the sea, to check out the seals--they mostly have harbor seals and California sea lions here but don't ask me which is which! The Rogue was designated a National Wild and Scenic River when that law was first passed in 1968. That means what we see today is pretty much what it looked like 50 years ago. You can rebuild ...
... We also stumbled on an Oktoberfest Brewfest in Lakeside and sampled some extraordinary Oregon Coastal Beers. 7 Devils in Brookings, Arch Rock in Gold Beach, Hop Valley, and Chetco just to name a few. We also met some nice folks here and spent the afternoon listening to great music. And we've continued to take each day as it comes making our way down the coast at our own pace. We've found some terrific boondocking opportunities along 101 in the ...
... The kids eventually fall asleep, and we come to the Trees of Mystery! There is a massive statue here of Paul Bunyan and his blue ox Babe. Every now and then, it will announce something over a loudspeaker. The only reason I know of this story, is from the Simpsons. There is quite a tourist attraction here – you can walk through the trees, and there is "Sky Trail" (a cable car through the trees). But the kids are still asleep, and we want to ...
... of biking the whole route I'm sure. Wish I was young!! We also saw a fair number of hitch hikers. Some you feel sorry that you can't pick them up and others that you want to speed up at the sight of them!!
Oregon is known as "The People's Coast" and thankfully over 100 years ago they decided to make the coast public. Consequently there isn't anywhere that you are not free ...
... Tiger area and were fortunate to be the last family into the tiger petting area so we got a really long time in there taking plenty of pictures of us all stroking the tiger - who by now was getting a little tired and therefore more tolerant of small people. The tiger is going to stay with the park and because their main male to their current females.
After the tiger encounter we hung around and waited for ...