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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Miles driven: 215
I'm a bit biased being from Oregon but I do believe it is one of the most beautiful states. The ride down the coast line heading south was breathtaking. It was fun to take a few stops and enjoy the sights. Normally I would be the type to be all about just getting there and taking glances when I could but now I have Amelia and well she is a bit of a "journey" persons ...
We headed out of our hotel at first light this morning, and had breakfast in Yachats at The Drift Inn. I had steak and eggs with home made biscuits and Laurie had a dungeness crab omelet which was to die for. We've had a couple of ****** dinners on this trip but breakfasts have been pretty good. Today was superb.
It was gray and misty, kind of like Scotland. This is not an uncommon situation here....but it won't slow us down. ...
... scarcity of tourists is most noticeable speaking perhaps to the relative remoteness of this part of California. The one exception is Trees of Mystery in Klamath on the Redwood Highway south of Crescent City. A somewhat rundown redwood "theme park" (all be it with an excellent small museum with artefacts from early explorers, settlers and local native American tribes) with its themed redwood ...
Thanks to the recommendation of our Seal Beach friends, Jerry and Shirley, we joined them at the Driftwood RV Park at Brookings, on the coast of Oregpn. We visited the Farmers Market with them and enjoyed one of the regularly scheduled park cookouts one night. Though the weather was foggy during the day, it usually burned off by the afternoon when we took several long walks on the beach, which was ...
Thursday was the day to fish – both ocean fishing off the Oregon coast, and freshwater trout fishing on the Chetco River.
First, we met Diane's friend Tim at the Brookings Harbor bright and early, to venture out to sea on his fishing boat. This was a first for all three of us, even Diane. Tim regularly does charter trips, but for this one, we paid only for the gas – thanks, Tim! The morning was foggy (as usual), but the sea was relatively ...