BEST WESTERN PLUS Agate Beach Inn
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This morning we departed Medford for a 3 hour drive to Newport. Newport is a small town located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Louise drove the first leg of the trip, her first time driving in the US on the other side of the road. The roads were rather up and down and curvy through the valleys. After a few short pit stops along the way we …
... for far too long with a fellow cyclist. As a result, we ended up cycling the last five miles in the dark and the rain was once again lashing down. Cycling along the shoulders in these conditions is not nice, as you struggle to see what's on the ground. And you don't tend to go very far without having to avoid some glass, rocks or bits of wood from the logging trucks. The sign to Deane's Oceanfront Motel ...
... say this one is haunted. I say homes devoid of people seem to take on a personality themselves. This one did.
And if you look closely at the staircase photo, you'll notice a spectre taking the shape of my feet at the bottom of the shot. Atop the stairs, I waited forever in a small space for other people to move out of my field ...
... the label though which was slightly concerning. As you can imagine the combination of the foods I've mentioned so far make for some pretty fruity tent times and I'm thankful for the extra ventilation the type of tent we chose for travelling has; wise move indeed. I have also become addicted to hot chocolate sachets which form the beginning and end of each day ...
... windy and cooler. Thomas Creek Bridge, Whaleshead beach, Cape Blanco and light house – westernmost point of continental US - are a few of the sights we see. When we got to Crescent city, CA, we stopped to put on more layers of clothing, a short time later saw 17 head of elk (bulls) 30 miles north of Eureka, CA. From Crescent City we entered the Coastal Redwoods. This is the first of many miles of these amazing trees. We stopped at Trees of Mystery ...