A Bandon Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Golf Course
- Free parking
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... area. Bandon is the cranberry capital of the west coast and the Rogue River meets the Pacific in Bandon.
The Pacific Coast Scenic Byway is one beautiful ride. Can't say enough about how beautiful Oregon is --- both Washington and Oregon have the most open space for people to access the water. Unlike the east coast, you have access to the beaches and you have access without having to pay an entrance or ...
... is spent at the house for wedding celebrations, including plenty of food, booze and good company. The weather, which had been overcast and a little cool all morning, cleared when it mattered most. The sunshine made the reading aloud of Ari and Charysse's self-written vows all the more special.
After dinner, a gang of us returned to the beach for ...
... forms, history, and the people are very diverse. A trip like this does not necessarily provide the in depth look at everything one may want to see when they go to the United Kingdom. However, hopefully it wets your appetite for more information and more knowledge. Of course there will be places on most trips that you will particularly enjoy and maybe those are things you will want to return at another time and spend more time exploring. ...
The ride was 56 miles in length. We climbed over 4600 feet. May not sound like much but 90 percent of the climbing was done in 15 miles near the end of the day. We had some grades of 11 to 12 percent. And what a great downhill!
Here is the link to the Garmin recorded details of today's ride:
... waves. Every port that we have been to has tsunami evacuation signs leading to high ground. Those signs are good. Not so good is the lack of signage stating that "You Have Reached An Elevation That Is Safe From Tsunami Waves", or "Rendezvous Area". As such, one of my favorite baseball caps states "Instructions in Case of Tsunami- RUN!"
It was a nice and relaxing outing today. Tomorrow is our second and last day off. The Bandon museum ...