White Rock Resort
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... coolest places we have ever stayed and we learned that most people that stay here pack light or leave the luggage in the car. We learned that the only way to bring up the heavy luggage is by a rope so I attempted to talk Melissa into only bringing up what she needs and leaving the rest in the car. That lasted about 5 minutes. Next thing you know we are attaching her 50+lb luggage to the pulley system and getting my arm exercises in for the day. I couldn't look down thanks ...
... today’s cooler weather. The main deck we like is the Lido deck which has a total of two larger pools and four small hot tubs and two large hot tubs. It smells like chlorine the minute we walk into the front Lido area, near our room. It is much quieter in the back area where we spent our time today. You would think it would be a long walk from one end of the ship to the other but it never seems like it when there is so much to see along the way. ...
... Kip. We continued to Brookings. We stopped at a couple of overlooks and admired the scenery. At one, it was gravel, which I would not go one so I stopped on the shoulder. When we started to go I forgot to down shift to first and killed the bike and almost put the bike down, but I didn't.
In Brookings, we looked for a hotel and ended up on a dead end. Turned around and the light on would not change ...
... called Bandon, where we bought coffee scrolls to eat at the marina. The community has banded together here, and the dock was adorned with some lovely tables and chairs and wooden sculptures, so in some ways the stop was quite welcome.
We were headed south to California, and were mainly on Route 101, the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway, but sometimes we needed a reminder we were on the trip for the coastal view. At Port Orford, a small town where the ...
... right side of it.
After we came out of the woods we grabbed some tacos from a local shop and had lunch with the sea lions in Crescent City Harbor. We then traveled down rte. 101 stopping at a number of scenic overlooks to get views of the ocean. Once again we saw a number of sea stacks and the shoreline was mostly sandy. There were an occasional beach with cobble rocks, but they were the exception. We especially liked the Klamath River Overlook. It was high up on ...