Village Green Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had mountains on our left and the sea on our right. Passed through cute farm and beach towns along the 120 mile route into Florence, Oregon.The further south we got, the more dramatic the views.
... remaining covered railroad bridge in the US. In the 1920s Buster Keaton filmed his famous movie, The General, on this bridge. Cottage Grove has featured in several other films, including the parade scene from Animal House in the 1970s.
After spending the night in Florence on the coast, we started south along Hwy 101 for our next adventure. We passed through the Oregon Dunes area and ...
... a comparable drive up the East Coast in July with a high density of cars and boats along the coast and in the Inner Coastal, the drive up the Pacific Coast Highway was very different and very special.
So despite all of the setbacks and challenges, it was great to see Shawn and Kathy, and Misha and her boyfriend Josh, and to beat the crowd to the family reunion with time to relax and catch up with Kathy.
... Ed" end route from Florida to Seattle and also 6-8 college kids doing an SF to Boston trip. Lots of sharing stories of the road. Had some cooler weather and Tstorms on a beautiful (really, I swear!) ride over some passes and across a 30 mile playa. The lack of turns on the playa was more than made up for by the clouds and nearby mountains mixing together. More tomorrow as we ...
... bulbs from San Jose to be planted in their garden and several bottles of wine. The plan is to visit all the covered bridges around Cottage Grove. The guide shows seven bridges but, because one was being repaired, we only saw six. See photos of the covered bridges that I have added to the blog. After finding four of the bridges we got a bit lost because I cannot tell north from south when reading a map. Once ...