Sea Star Guesthouse
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... had everything there --- great bike/walking paths, beautiful/sandy sandy ocean beaches, great campsites. Unfortunately, they were sold out for the rest of the week, so we were limited to only two nights.
On Friday, 9/5, we moved to the town of Waldport and stayed at the KOA in Waldport. This campground is located right in the heart of the Oregon coast. We had beautiful views of the Alsea Bay, Alsea Bay ...
... several years ago with a romantic idea of where hitchhiking would take him-meeting somebody on the road, finding a place just theirs, settling there-but he described himself as having lost that romantic side since, being now into the travelling. All that despite a terrible first set of hitching experiences, stuck in the rain for days, picked up only by drug addicts. But he still does it, and it has only got better. We did some travel envy before our paths diverged on route ...
... to the road, they’re fine.)
- Airports may be a bigger problem – the Medford airport flies in and out of Portland, and a few other places, but I haven’t investigated whether having to fly to Medford would add another travel day to a trip to, say, New York, or Rome, or Austin, or Denpasar.
A lot of people seem to move to Ashland as ...
... tell me that it is better to just go on the fly and let it happen. Well, I’m just not comfortable in dealing like that. I like to be organized and then have options and back up plans when roadblocks happen. I don’t want to have any regrets. One of my favorite quotes is by Mark Twain, in that “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off ...
A railroad was brought into the region in 1916. The area grew from the 1920's to the 1950's as the lumber industry boomed and the shipyards were building mine sweepers for the Navy. Commercial crabbing and fishing thrived. One of the oldest machine shops still in operation is the Nelson Machine Shop- Coos Bay Iron Works. The completion of the Coos Bay Bridge and the Roosevelt Highway (US 101) provided the final link in ...