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We left Chester, CA early for the 290 mile (470km) run to Canyonville OR. It was freezing (42F/5C) but Digger was OK in his Limo with the heater on!!!!
Rode through lots of Pine forests - never saw a gas station or even a coffee stop for 130 miles (210kms) - nothing..... Rode past Mt. Shasta (White mountain) which is a ...
... of Roseburg Forest Products.
We went to St. Helens. It was a cloudy day and we did not see the kaldera - only a small portion on the bottom of the volcano. We did go into the Park Center which showed ...
stooped at Eugene for new tyres and filters etc
headed for the Crater lakes and found ourselves passing a store and garage that we visited while on the TAT about a weak earlier when the nice American girl curtsied to us.
food was good here so we stopped and camped, had fire and a bottle of ...
... names of everything we saw. But everywhere we went, everything we saw was jaw-droppingly gorgeous. We were gleeful each time a waved crashed on the rocks and sprayed high into the air. We spent long periods of time staring out into the ocean hoping to see a whale, but nothing yet. (It's past the migration, but we've heard that there are some local whales we might see.)
Our last stop before heading to the next campground was the Oregon Sand Dunes. ...
... scenic rides through surrounding countryside and along the Umpqua River, especially the stops we made on the winery circuit. The wineries we visited were small, charming, intimate, and family run. Each winery was different from the other, but collectively much different than the bigger more sophisticated wineries in NAP and Sonoma, Livermore. Our dogs were welcome inside at two ...