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... and every turn was another wonderful vista. Not only are there ocean views, we passed harbours, the smallest being Depoe Bay, bridges, towns, such as Reedsport, Yachats, Florence, and Waldport. Also the Oregon Dunes and lighthouses. The road also at times leaves the ocean and winds it's way through the State Parks.
... forest - almost half of what was left.
The Coast Redwood facts are that it is the World's tall trees and grows to nearly 380 feet. It may live to 2200 years. The average age of the trees are between 500 - 700 years. They have no known killing diseases and do not suffer significant damage by nature. These survive only in California and it got me wondering why they haven't grown in the mIlford area of NZ as that environment seems perfect.
... to a working harbour! Dispite our reservation of last night, in the morning light the RV park was actually ok. Waking up to a fog on the water and a lighthouse in the distance was pretty cool. Micheal got a bit worried when he saw Katherine come out of the toilet/shower block, grab a stick and go back in. But turns out she had clogged the shower drain with sand and was trying to unblock it. Yeah right Katherine! We ...
We had a slow morning today. We went to the Farmers Market in Coos Bay, walked the boardwalk and checked out the town a little. We got back to the campground and went to the pool and jacuzzi. Ah it felt so good to get in the jacuzzi. One thing about Oregon that I have not mentioned is that it is very obvious that there is a lumber industry here. All along the highways we have seen semi-trucks ...
... t SEE any other boats but thanks to AIS and RADAR we knew there weren't any to be seen. We finally had a bit of a ride crossing the bar but it still wasn't nearly as rough as some I have ridden as a charter boat passenger out of Westport.
The marina is very, shall we say, rugged and other than being cheap doesn't give any reason to recommend it as a vacation spot.
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