Siletz Bay Lodge
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... dinner.. Biscuit on the side no need to disguise it in a sauce. The boys each had a bite or two and we left the rest for scraps. I settled for a plain breakfast sandwich after that.
We carried on our way towards the sand dunes. We booked a 30 minute rip roaring tour of the dunes for 3:00 and spent a couple hours seeing the area.
The tour was a blast! 7 of us loaded into a giant dune buggy ...
... the crowd of mostly locals along the river in town. The crowd was rough and weird. Many had built fires in the sand. Some were discussing Depoe Bay's decision not to hold fireworks. The decision made it onto national Fox news, since they probably saw it as more evidence that the communists were taking over America. "Headline: Pinko Whale Huggers Ruin Patriotic Celebration of American Military Might!"
... towns struggling to get by on the tourist trade now that the fishing and lumber industries are in decline. At Gold Beach there are high cliffs cut bythe Rogue river which in the past deposited gold. All gone now but still a beautiful spot.
The coast is a series of bays, sometimes backed by lagoons, with sea stacks guarding each point. Many of the headlands have ...
... Coast Scenic Byway
Seal Rock: Overlook is great place for watching the waves washing up on the large rock formations.
Waldport: Quite a few boats crabbing in Alsea Bay
Yachats is called "Gem of the Oregon Coast." Farmers’ Market—great blueberries from Willamette Valley
Drift Inn for lunch. Interesting story about ...
... on:-). We sat there enjoying the food, looking out the window at the lake watching a bald eagle hunting, diving, and soaring around. (can you see why I can't make myself leave this place, eating dinner, watching a BALD EAGLE hunt, are you kidding me!) Everything was good and peaceful. Well, it WAS peaceful! Then Michael decided to tell us a little story about how when he was out on the kayak he noticed that the lake was actually connecting to the ocean ...