Red Lion Hotel Coos Bay
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... in search of an adequate 5 speed freewheel. It took many tries before I found a shop with a new IRD 13-32 tooth freewheel and FR-2 tool that would ship priority that day. Unfortunately, according to the postmaster at the local USPS, the package would not arrive until Monday morning. The 3 days of waiting passed quickly. I spent most of my time hanging out around the fellow tourists who came and left from Sunset Bay Park. Well, that ...
... may tell you it is a 3 1/2 hour drive from Portland to Coos Bay, it does take all day with so many stops to look at the wonderful scenery unfolding around every turn.
We we arrived at Coos Bay and found our motel, also a lovely Italian restaurant for dinner and an early night with the prospect of another fantastic drive tomorrow.
... of the braces, ready to be shipped to Asia. We’d been there last Monday and the docks were empty. To think this many trees were felled and transported from Tuesday to Saturday is mind boggling. Harlan has pictures in the blog.
Tomorrow we are on our way to Tillamook. The Elks campground is out of town and a few miles inland, so it’s supposed to be warmer. We’re looking forward to more sunshine and warmer temps for a week or ...
Sunset Bay State Park turned out to be the most amazing place we've been to yet. The campground was very nice, but the 4 miles of sea cliffs, coves, trails, beaches and sea lions was stunning. Mary's finger seized up from all the picture taking. Especially fun was the Simpson Overlook, where one can view the ...
... dunes and trees growing throughout the campground. It also has a horse camp for those who want to ride Wilbur on the beach. It is 3 miles from the campground to the Coquille River Lighthouse, now under state park jurisdiction.
This morning we met with our "boss" and a few other newbie hosts at the yurt meeting hall for a day of orientation. The first meeting lasted an hour with an hour break. The next was at noon in the park office where we were ...