Inn at Old Town
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... a chicken sandwich which was returned since it wasn't cooked through. Then, went on a 2-3 mile walk/hike along Bandon Dunes and Pacific Dunes. And, as the names imply, there is a lot of sand at least on the walking trails. That and lots of prickly grouse bushes! In fact, when we returned from our walk, Dick found out that if you fell into them, they would have to take you to the hospital!
On the walk and later driving to dinner, we saw a momma deer and her growing fawn, ...
... and very close to shore, a grey whale and her calf came up for air. They were rolling around, probably eating. Here we were again, in Oregon heaven. This called for Mo's. We stopped at the Florence Mo's for clams, fish, and shrimp. This means we visited every Mo's that exists. This is my favorite one. It sits on the tidal part of a river near fishing boat docks. We've seen people crabbing here and seals jump in and out of the water. After our meal ...
... they serve wine and snacks. So Fun! The last place on the wine walk was at a coffee house where we listened to music played by five old Hippies. Of course the people listening were mostly old Hippies too. They ended their concert just in time for everyone to go the the beach and see the fireworks. We Geo Cached, walked the beaches and found Agates, Loved, loved Bandon.
- 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 ...
... meals getting to know them very well, and they told me all about their many traveling experiences. They were responsible for getting me more excited about possibly taking a trip to Thailand. Chrys Sprinkart, was a gentleman originally from Germany, who has lived in Australia for the last 40 years, despite the still strong German accent. Ruth Skilbeck was a lady traveling alone from Victoria, Australia. I always seemed to run into her wherever I ...