Plainview Motel & RV Park
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Along with the rest of the crowd, I tried my hand at photographing the event, not coming close to capturing through stunning streams of color. (Next Morning) Being unclear as to when I would be up and running, Kevin decided to head on with the group to Hambug Mountain, a much nicer campsite, where he claimed he would wait for me. With no cellular service, I gingerly biked into Charleston, where I called a plethora of bike shops ...
... and every turn was another wonderful vista. Not only are there ocean views, we passed harbours, the smallest being Depoe Bay, bridges, towns, such as Reedsport, Yachats, Florence, and Waldport. Also the Oregon Dunes and lighthouses. The road also at times leaves the ocean and winds it's way through the State Parks.
... in three California National parks.
The giant Sequoia Tree grows to a height of 311 ft although can live longer to about 3,200 years.
During our trip north through the National Park we made stops at the Kuchel Visitors Centre where we watched the best educational video i have seen and it took only 5 minutes. The next stop was at the Praire Creek Visitors Centre and there we viewed the biggest Redwood Tree in the park. There we took a tour ...
Oh my god what a night! If it wasn't the seals barking away it was a bloody fog horn going off every 10 seconds. That's right, every 10 bloody seconds. Once everyone was going to sleep in bed it all began. The seals in the bay barked at each other ALL NIGHT. And this really annoying noise went off every 10 seconds. We found out this morning that it was a fog horn. Who the hell decided it was a good idea to put an RV ...
... We drive through several small towns that would be fun to stop at, but that's another trip.
Our first stop is the Umqua lighthouse where we take a tour. This light house was built with the same plans as the Heceta and is still operational today. The fog begins to lift while we are there. On down the road to Coos Bay where the guys check us in to the ...