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Travel Blogs from Coos Bay
... picture coastline of the Oregon and Pacific Ocean. When we were traveling on the interior roads we saw trees as you would through the Kawerau Forest and many different wild life also. We saw the usual farm animals, deer, elk, huron, eagles squirrels and the like.
A little about the Douglas Fir which is very common here. These trees have always encroached on the open prairies and often crowded out other timber, so over centuries there have been controlling ...
... night. Katherine took the kids for a swim in Eel Lake (no eels) and had a lot of fun swimming out to a log. Tonight we have had wraps for tea, using just a few of the 170 disposable plates we have bought for $3. Who the hell wants to do dishes while on holiday! The we have finally toasted marshmallows over a good fie with sticks found by Ryan and whittled by Mr Farndale. Back to wine and beer by the fire again. Night, ...
... lions also live here all year and were at the same rock as the Californian sea lion. The males are 3 or 4 times bigger than the females. Males weigh about a ton and females weigh 300 kilos. Northern Elephant Seal Northern elephant seals are the largest seals and can dive the deepest of all mammals, even deeper than dolphins and whales. Males weigh up to 2 1/2 tonnes. The ranger showed me one but I thought it looked like a big fat ...
... to Coos Bay. We've been monitoring gas prices along the way and trying to fill up when it's not as expensive. It's a very interesting contrast to Edmonton - throughout the states there aren't really "gas wars" - all gas stations put their price at pretty much whatever they want. Even some that are only meters away from each other are 10 cents apart - it's quite odd! We also learned that in Oregon it's actually against the law to fill your own ...
... activities of the locals in this area.
Huge fishing boats and local charters made there way in and out of the harbour all day as local fishermen who looked aged from years spent out on sea were comparing their catches of the day. We caught so many crab but of course only a few met the requirements allowing us to keep them, but enough to feed the two of us a fresh mouth watering dinner.
And then of course a couple good hikes filled the ...
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