Red Lion Hotel Coos Bay
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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.
... and a guitarist was playing in the corner. On the way in people told us the food was excellent. Much to my surprise Harlan hasn’t eaten one oyster on this trip and it’s oyster season, but he finally broke down and ordered fried oysters. The rest of us ordered fish and chips. I ordered the tuna fish chips and wasn’t disappointed. It was fresh and delicious, much more flavorful than the Ling cod. As usual, dessert was ...
... the overlook we spotted two humpback whales just past one lonely surfer. Yes, the weather is gorgeous and people are actually getting into the ocean. Not us….
That night we camped at Tillicum Beach, the only US Forest Service campground right on the beach. We had a great site on the bluff above the ocean. We spent a long evening by the fireside listening to the roar of the surf. After a long walk on the beach in the morning, we headed up the ...
... and the town of Bandon with forested hills in the background. To the south are the bluffs with its homes that overlook the ocean.The view to the west is of the open ocean, the jetty with its rough water bar entrance, Face Rock and other sea stacks. The view to the north is of the very expansive driftwood littered beach and the former site of the light keepers home. All they can say is "Wow, what a view"!
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