Sunset Oceanfront Lodging
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and salmon that Scott caught. All delicious!! Early night for us!
Anyway, up this morning with a beautiful scenic drive to Bandon, OR on the Oregon west coast, about a 5+ hour drive. Rivers and landscape frequented by Hemingway and Teddy Roosevelt per Scott, trout fishing in the Oregon streams.
We stopped for gas and saw something we hadn't seen in several decades, someone to pump your gas. Small towns in Oregon. In fact, we stopped at two gas stations and both had ...
... a board pinpointing the precise location of the 117 ships to founder off the Cape since 1847 (for the captains of which, Cape Disappointment probably didn't quite cut it) and a display outlining the major principles of Wegener's theory of plate tectonics, there was a board headed "FOG". Underneath there were six words: "You can sometimes see fog here." I can tell you I had to have a sit down after that. I'm tempted to pretend that I was having ...
... cloud that beads on you as you swim through it.
A cold moving fog of rain droplets so fine, you ask yourself repeatedly, is it still raining. And when it does stop raining you don't notice for quite a while. And then, it starts again.
We drove up to the Oregon Dunes. Hundred foot hills of wet sand held down by sea grasses, ice plant, scrub ...
- A couple of supermarkets and a food co-op (probably as good as
Wheatsville in Austin.) Probably some farmer’s markets. No central market (we’re
so spoiled in Austin), but there’s a Costco and a trader joe’s in Medford, less than
20 miles away. It would be like having to go to Dripping Springs to do ...
... night. I live by the motto that “sleep is overrated and you can sleep when you’re dead”. I think it is fairly safe to say that I squeeze every little bit of time out of each of these days and see more and do more than the average person. I plan to do at least one big trip each summer. This year I am fortunate enough to be going on a second long journey. After a short ten-day recovery time, I will be exploring another one of ...