GuestHouse Inn & Suites Sutherlin / Roseburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Today is our last day in Cottage Grove. After breakfast we headed off towards the coast at Reedsport. We passed an elk viewing area, but unfortunately there were no elk to see (60 to 100 elk are supposed to live in the area). We then wet for a walk over the Oregon Dunes to the beach. It was about a 2 mile return walk. The beaches here go for miles and miles in both directions and there ...
... had a walk along about a mile of the track which was alongside Dorena Lake. Dorena lake is a man-made lake for water storage probably about the size of Arthur's Lake. There were a number of yachts on one side of the lake, so it is used for yacht racing. Zoe went around to visit her friend Tyler while we had a lazy afternoon. We went around to Tyler's parents place for dinner, and we had a lovely BBQ outside. We managed to see a fallow deer and some hummingbirds (although we were ...
... not feeling well. All presently lying in our room with fan on resting. Did not cool down much overnight- had windows open and fan on all night. Needless to say we have arrived in an unseasonal heatwave - Oregon averages is 12 days over 90 in a year. There have already been 7 and is just the start of summer. Usually the temperature is around 80 at this time of year so everyone is feeling the ...
... covered bridges.
Cottage Grove is nicknamed the Covered Bridge Capitol of Oregon and has six covered bridges along the Covered Bridge Scenic Bikeway. The Centennial Bridge is a replica, built of parts of some other bridges that were demolished. Farther along the river we crossed the Suspension Bridge and the Chambers Railroad Bridge.
The Chambers Bridge is ...
... gnarly black lava flow that is one of the youngest in OR, 4700 years. Then a pleasant descent through yellow pine to the town of Sisters. Because the route is not winter maintained, there is a Spring period, including today, when no cars but many bicycles are allowed on the middle 35 miles. Glorious way to start and easy to get hill climbing power from the cycling ambiance.
The day finishes in a campground in Sisters a short bikepath from a burger/ brew ...