Sea Escape Oceanfront Lodging
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... my hair so look pretty "amazing" today. They didn't supply breakfast so packed up and headed out. Unfortunately we couldn't find a breakfast place so found a pancake place on GPS in Brookings which was 1/2 hour away. We did score there as it was a fabulous breakfast - the best french toast I ever had! Weather is iffy today - have had quite a bit of rain but it is looking a little lighter so hopefully it will be OK. George is finally seeming to settle in and is quite happy. ...
... retired in 1977 and returned to Gold Beach. In 1985 she sank in the Rogue River and has remained there ever since as a derelict vessel on the shoreline. Surprising how little she was for all she did.
In Bandon we had some great chowder then hit the Cranberry Sweets & More store that had more samples than I had ever seen....you could fill up just on samples. The dock here had some great Myrtlewood carvings.
... I had to stop for the bridge works. It meant a surreal five minute conversation with a kid holding the stop-go sign who was complaining about the wind and how he should get his hair cut so he could see what was going on... With the bridge safely negotiated we were officially now in Oregon - woohoo! Ange was super happy with her decision to hitchhike but less happy when she found out there was another two mile bridge over the Columbia just round the ...
... fishing and crabbing (except us) but Bav managed to get some free salmon for our dinner from the guy next door.
Unfortunately we didn't make it up to Seaside as we had hoped. We had underestimated the amount of time it takes to move our beautiful RV and how tiring it can be to keep hooking up and in hooking everything... Lessons learned for the future
Off we go now to Montana..... Hundreds of miles driving ...
When narrowly avoiding a painful death up the top of the mountain at Crater Lake, we spoke to somebody else about our plans and they that advised us to head to Jedediah Smith State Park, which is part of the Redwoods but a bit before the coast. There was a scenic drive here on a single-lane dirt road that went through a redwood forest, with not a lot of room between the trees on either side. Redwoods are bloody huge trees. The older ones are in ...