McMenamins Hotel Oregon
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... North Umpqua Scenic Highway, where we will spend the night. Friday, July 11: Oregon Coast (B,L) After breakfast we will depart for a leisurely day exploring the Pacific Coastline. Oregon's nearly 400 miles of pristine, public coastline are made up of diverse terrain that change from rugged cliffs to evergreen forests ...
... band that was playing...a fabulous evening!
From Roseburg we moved on to Leavenworth, and another excellent county park, Gill's Landing, where we had a terrific campsite, #9, in a beautiful setting. The flat area around us allowed for long bike rides, and the covered bridge countryside was nearby, so we did lots of exploring. The old covered bridges were really neat, many different styles, and very picturesque! ...
... br> The views along the coast line are amazing, great beaches, beautiful blue ocean and small towns with plenty of view points along the way. We stopped in Lincoln City for a while on the beach so Chris could have a break from the driving before reaching Patterson Park to sleep.
I was in charge of pumping up the beds whilst the boys cooked dinner and didn't realise that I hadn't screwed the pump close so during the night Chris and I had a flat bed! ...
Happy Holidays! I should have written when we arrived around the 13th of December, but we hit the ground running and dashed through a holiday performance, a violin recital, a great visit from Nana from New Mexico a fun filled break, our great neighbors to Christmas Eve burritos and 20 people to dine on turkey and fixins for Christmas! Lots of food, family, friends and fun and we hope you did too!
We have a few wonderful memories from the last ...
... heading south instead of north. And now for the exciting conclusions to our panic stories...
- Surprisingly, we handled this one pretty well. Karen was driving, I turned around and quickly calculated that the driver approaching us would see our back-up lights and have time to slam on his brakes. I told her to put it in reverse, I found the right booth about three over from where we were, and we crossed three ...