Winchester Bay RV Resort
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We checked into the Salmon Harbor RV park located at the mouth of the Umpqua River and spent our days relaxing and recharging. The pounding surf along the jetty was in view at our site. Fishermen were plentiful along the shore and in boats on the river--all in search of salmon which are coming down the river to spawn. The Umpqua State Park museum …
... a craft, and learned about trees and local animals. The center was really cool with learning activities, beach samples, microscopes, examples of animals from the tide pools, a whale's baleen, and so much more! We dropped them off for an hour and went for a bike ride.
That evening Aimee and Caleb rode their bikes to a presentation at the amphitheater about Mountain Lions. It was ...
... Battery Point Lighthouse. The fog lifted enough to get some pretty good photos. We continued North on 101 toward Coos Bay and stopped a couple times along the way. We stopped at the border to take some pictures of the Oregon state sign. Another couple headed in the opposite direction stopped to take pictures of the California sign and were nice enough to take a picture of us in front of the Oregon sign. We ...
... There was a group of friendly guys fishing for crab off the end of a pier - they filled me on local info, pointing out places of intrest past and present. Everyone is genuinely friendly here and has time for you - it's a pleasant change to the cities I've been spending so much time in.
Another major hike tomorrow as we cover the rest of Oregon's coast.
... for dinner at Fort George Brewery (since Mike is the beer connoisseur, I am encouraging him to write up a blog at the end of the trip summarizing his brewery thoughts). As we returned from Fort George brewery to our campground, we decided to pop over to the park’s beach to check out a 100 year old shipwreck. We got there just in time to watch the sun set behind the ancient relic. And on the very short trip back to camp, I even let Mike pop open a beer in the ...