Pacific Reef Resort - Gold Beach
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... up for player's cards and got coupons for half off the buffet lunch or dinner. We thought that was pretty good, and we thought we might use it. But the other thing that we got with the players card was $5.00 free start up money that we could use in any of the slot machines. Neither of us knows anything about slot machines or gambling and we have no interest in it. I played a slot machine once in Niagara Falls for about 5 minutes and I had no idea what ...
... north. Plus the weather isn’t really conducive to walking through some trees! I get out for a quick look around the visitor centre, but we don’t stay for long, and start driving again soon.
Through more state forest, it’s a pity it’s raining so much. But the scenery is still very pleasant. We drive straight past Crescent City, and soon, we are at the California/Oregon border! Our first attempt at a photo ...
... people judge you as you arrive at a restaurant or event. I think that is not the case here.
The informality is disarming and can feel odd on occasions, but I think it goes back to the above.
Arrive at a nice restaurant in cut off jeans and a heavy metal tee shirt and no one thinks twice. No judgement is made. Your credit card is as good as the next guy's.
I was pretty rude about parts of the country (to ...
Midday temp: 15C
Before we left the park we rode our bikes to the marsh, looking for shore birds. Tens of thousands of migrating birds and shorebirds are supposed to frequent here. It was too windy for us to stay though we did see a peregrine falcon in the area yesterday.
The first town we travelled through is Bandon, known for their cranberry harvest. Ocean Spray has a factory here. We were able to see ...
Our plan for today is to drive the 125 miles to Brookings, Oregon. We will stay at the At River's Edge RV Resort for three nights. We have read that the park is nice and is far enough inland that fog doesn't reach it. Did I mention that fog along the coast has settled in? Must be hot inland. It doesn't take us very long to ready the coach for travel when we overnight. We don't have time to drag everything out of the cupboards....... if it is never taken out, ...