Anchor Pier Lodge

Address: 345 SW Bay Blvd, Newport, Oregon, 97365, United States | Inn
 
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    In the nick of time

    A travel blog entry by tamara.henkes on May 13, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... afternoon had lunch with Shirlee, who runs the children's ministry. Again, connecting and sharing life stories. Love this part of ministry. What a blessing it was. In just a little bit I will be off to the children's ministry where I get to share with them. Nice to slow down for a day, although I was busy, it felt good to not drive much.

    After all this travel, Amelia was plain tuckered out and was thrilled to lay her head down last night.


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    Beach time

    A travel blog entry by sjrhind on Apr 06, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Odd to see a French named town in Oregon. So I did a little research on Google....Lafayette was founded in 1847 by Joel Perkins, an early pioneer to the Oregon Territory. Lafayette was situated on the main Indian trail that traversed the Willamette Valley at a point on the Yamhill River known for years as Yamhill Falls. The town grew slowly at first, but grew by leaps and bounds after gold was discovered in California. In the early 1850's, ...

    Lava Dome Growing!

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 09, 2014

    11 photos

    ... a sign that said "blast zone". Apparently the ejected materials seared and scorched for miles and miles beyond the rim of the volcano ... 17.5 miles to be exact.

    The May 18, 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens occurred in three phases. First, due to building forces within the volcano, there was a landslide, the largest in known history, that cleaved the top third of the mountain, pushing rock, dirt, hill-size boulders into the valley; ...

    Day 23

    A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Sep 18, 2013

    6 photos

    ... the Central Oregon Coast between Coos Bay and Tillamook and in some places extends east from the ocean. We made two stops for photographs and nature breaks. This area of land is so similar to Muriwai Beach it is not funny. Looking out from our house will be like looking over the Oregon Coast. The second thing about this park is the amount of Sand dunes there are parallel to the Coastline. I understand they extend some 40 ...

    "We did it! We win...at life!"

    A travel blog entry by jgood on Aug 06, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... route 138 and then 38. I know I was grateful to re-join a quiet two lane road. This particular one followed the beautiful, wide, evergreen lined Umpqua River which took us all the way to the coast.

    We joined up on the coastal highway 101 at Reedsport and began seeing huge sand dunes along the sides of the road. The dunes eventually made way for ...

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