Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tree, cathedral tree, candelabra tree) and "Sky Trail" a cable car ride over the tree tops.
We stop for the night in Crescent City, the northernmost coastal town in California. A rather sad and shabby fishing port whose only claim to fame seems to be that it's the one location on the US west coast that is pretty much guaranteed a hit from any tsunami triggered by earthquakes around the Pacific Rim.
... told us that the beach grasses had built up the coastline that had rapidly been washing away. The gigantic, weathered whale jawbone was displayed for visitors. Unfortunately, we did not get a view of a live one.
While Bud napped, I walked the stalls of the Coos Bay farmer's market. There were offerings of huge blackberries, heirloom tomatoes, purple carrots, lemon cucumbers, as well as, organic meats and local crafts. Street musicians ...
... food, but we were having none of that and drive straight though to Portland before stopping for food. We didn't stay long and we were quickly back on the highway with the big city of Portland in my rear view mirror by 12:00. Not far past Portland we get off the main highway and head west toward Lincoln city, here the scenery starts to get interesting, we pass farms, vineyards and small Oregon towns that make the drive not only ...
... of the cute little creatures, but they all seemed to be somewhere else at the time of our visit. Oh well. Back on the road we drove for a few minutes and then veered off highway 101 to take a one mile scenic drive loop that supposedly had the best views of the Oregon coast line. We saw massive waves that seemed to stretch on forever and everything was pretty.
A little ways up the main highway again we pulled off to see a site called the Devils Churn. It is basically a ...
... it was like being in an airplane above the clouds. Our heaters kept us nice a toasty and cooked scones in our convection oven - yum!
We saw elk right along the side of the road, sat on the beach and generally had a great experience due to exceptional weather. We ate in Crescent City. Coming home we were treated to a lot of fall cover along Hwy 299 with the black oaks and cottonwoods putting on a showy ...