A Bandon Inn
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... a two lane road into Bend.
On Thursday, September 11th, we went out on their jet sled which is a boat without a prop. Neither Dick nor I were familiar with a sled. Tom, I included two photos of the boat for you. We drove about 30 minutes to Lake Billy Chinook and the Cove Palisades State Park. Beautiful vistas and saw Mt. Washington along the way. We got a glimpse of what we would see on our boat ride.
Lake Billy Chinook is a reservoir created by the Round Butte ...
... few days. After passing through Eugene, we got on highway 20 and crossed the Cascades. Along the way we passed through Sisters, Bend, and Brothers, Oregon. Some of the passes we crossed were pretty high in elevation. One of the passes was called Stinkingwater Pass. I didn't smell anything stinky. We stayed on highway 20 all the ...
... NRA, administered by the NFS. At places where we stopped, like Umpqua Lighthouse, you could hear dune buggy engines revving up on the hills. Camps here are full of ATV enthusiasts, who usually don't make good camping neighbors. So we drove on past North Bend's lumber yards and Coos Bay's deco downtown to Bandon, where the dunes stop and the sea rocks begin to again dominate the coast. This is a far more rural (there are various cow pastures along the ...
... hike alone. Hike is exaggerating things as it was only a short, 15-minute trail looping through the forest. Ever since he was young, Kael has enjoyed posing for pictures with trees and today was no exception!
We eventually met up with Michele and Chloe on the beach. The waves rolled in steadily and there was ample room for Kael and I to kick the ball around while Chloe played in the soft sand. Michele took advantage of little "me" time by walking the length ...
... have discovered that if I didn’t write it down or take pictures along the way, than the memories fade away.
I hope that along the way, that maybe I will inspire others to do the same thing, and catch the travel bug much like I have. In addition, maybe you found the commentary of my trip and adventures to be enjoyable. If so, I would love to hear from you and your thoughts. Until my next trip, I’ll see you all in the funny ...