BEST WESTERN PLUS Beachfront Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Drove south from Yachats to Cape Perpetua. It is one of the highest points on the Oregon Coast and was first spotted by Captain Cook on his voyage to Hawaii. When it is clear (we had morning fog rolling in) you can see forty miles up and down the coast each way. Then drove south to Florence to where the forty mile stretch of the Oregon Sand Dunes …
... Enjoyed a fantastic Christmas with in San Diego and headed north. We had stops at Pinnacles National Park, San Louis Obisbo, Carmel, and ended in Redding where we stored the RV for the winter before heading home via Southwest (airline).
We arrived in Sacramento on late Saturday morning. As with all trips there was of course one hiccup. Only two of our three bags made the transfer from Chicago! Southwest promised to get us our bags, so we took them at their ...
An interesting aspect of life along the coast is the way so many things have to be timed with the tides. For instance, today, we drove to Crescent City to see the Battery Point Lighthouse, which can only be accessed during low-tide. A short walk across the bottom of the ocean took us to the small island that holds the lighthouse, the keepers' rooms, a storage building, and a kerosene building. ...
Loaded the bikes up for an overnight coast trip this past
weekend. Probably around 60% of the Alaska
load on the machines. The panniers keep
the weight so low that the weight difference only becomes noticeable when you
are stationary and manually turning the bikes out of a tight corner. Christine's beefy heidenau tyres have arrived, we will be installing them later this week. With ...
... to explore much but we decided to hike among the giant redwoods.
As part of our trip, we educated our self on the difference between a Redwood & a Sequoia. Both only naturally occur in California but in very different climates. The Redwoods need the more humid coastal climate & grow to taller heights. The Sequoias need to elevation & periodic dry heat of ...