Pacific Reef Resort - Gold Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... spent almost a century hauling cargo up and down the coast from San Francisco to Alaska. After being retired, she was brought back to her home port of Gold Beach and sank in 1985.
After getting off the boat we visited their museum, where there are artifacts, stories and videos about the history of the Rogue and the Tu-Tu-Tun people who were the first to live here. Then we took ...
... right on 101 in Tillamook, OR. We sampled cheeses and made a few little purchases and the next day moved on out.
The Oregon Coast quickly worked its way into our hearts. We both love it and we stopped frequently just to gaze. It has been such fun just to lolligag along as we please. So much of it is preserved in public lands - wonderful! No condos lining these beaches! We love the crashing waves on the huge rock stacks, and ...
... really efficient at setting up and taking down camp, by the end of this trip we will be ready to join the circus:) We are totally moving here after Alaska by the way, Beautiful!! Crashing waves, sea-stacks, evergreens, cute towns, beautiful weather, ocean on one side of the road, lakes on the other; Sold!, if ever given the opportunity to make a trip along the Oregonian coast we highly recommend it!! It is sooooo ...
... the park. The coolest one was called the Cathedral Tree, which is really several trees growing together in a semi-circle to form a sort of cathedral in the middle of the forest. A lot of weddings are performed there. In addition to the walk through the wilderness trail, they have a Sky Trail which takes you up to the top of ...
... fuel in remote Fort Bragg was $4.09 a gallon; Fortuna is located on a major US highway, Fort Bragg is not so why is fuel $.28 a gallon more? They say its all based on supply and demand, I say that is a bunch of Hooey!
Anyhow, enough of that. We attended Mass this evening at Star of the Sea Church in Brookings. These folks are not as conservative as those in Stevenson, WA but they respect life just the same.