Quality Inn & Suites at Coos Bay
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In the morning, it started raining. Nothing major, just a light sprinkle. We finally saw the view from the campsite, and it's amazing! ocean views for $30/night!
Next stop, the drive through tree.
Yes, a tree you can drive through.
Sadly, the camper was too big. :-( Oh well.
We stopped for lunch at The Woodrose ...
On Friday we woke about 9am having had a great sleep to ward off the jet lag. Peter had contacted Car hire firms but with the Championships on there were few cars to be had. However, we were promised one at 2-30pm with a good deal so agreed to that.
During the morning, Peter drove us around Eugene showing us the various tracks and athletics venues. He took us up to Henderson Park and we saw the rock against which Steve ...
... cinquefoil. Sadie wanted to race to the top. I don't race Sadie. Over the crest we finally see the Pacific. Ocean to Ocean. Should we try for three? Here the sand is dryer from the breeze and Sadie starts rolling in the sand and then tasting it. I think she thought it was snow.
We finally make it to the chosen camp ground, Sunset Beach, South of Coos ...
The sun is out this morning, it is a little cool but should get warmer. After breakfast I hear loud motor noises, more so than what we have heard before. This is an ATV friendly park as we are in the Oregon Dunes Recreational area, so sounds of Motorbikes, ATV's is the norm. But this is much louder. I happened to be doing laundry and went out to go check on the wash and I see where all the loud noise is coming from, there are two huge monster vehicles in the campground and looks ...
... fog and no rain. We passed fantastic views of the Pacific Ocean, rivers, and the forest. The towns that we passed were bigger than what we have seen further north. They are still small towns but much more to them. We stopped in Lakeside, Oregon to pick up some groceries and get some lunch. We had about 20 miles to go to get to the campground and as we got closer we started getting glimpses of the ...