Table Rock Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Not to be confused with the Oregon Trail, my mother and I set off on our own arduous (or not) journey up the rugged Oregon coast to view lighthouses, wildlife, and that spectacle of an ocean. Modern-day pioneers, our challenges came in the form of wind, fog, and finding a parking space.
We began the adventure in Bandon, a quaint historic …
Spent the day touring the waterfalls along highway 138 west of Diamond Lake, Oregon. Locally known as "the highway of waterfalls", suggesting that Oregonians are not good at naming things.
We chose four: two easy & recommended by my old man photographer friend (see Crater Lake entry); two moderate that required hiking...with a tripod …
... area. Bandon is the cranberry capital of the west coast and the Rogue River meets the Pacific in Bandon.
The Pacific Coast Scenic Byway is one beautiful ride. Can't say enough about how beautiful Oregon is --- both Washington and Oregon have the most open space for people to access the water. Unlike the east coast, you have access to the beaches and you have access without having to pay an entrance or ...
... the fall. In fact nearly this entire trip has reminded us of that. We have had very little sun and Rick's supply of sunscreen is untouched. California is just a stop or two away and hopefully summer will catch up with us, or vice verse, soon.
We got to the Redwood National Park in about 4 hours or so, and we found a hiking path to go up and have a picnic. There weren't a lot of people around and not many animals or bugs (so we could hear any way) so it was quiet and beautiful. The redwood trees were some of the largest in the world!
After that we headed back on the road, had a quick pit stop in Klamath for a bathroom break and some beef jerky, and then headed all ...