Inn at Old Town
Travel Blogs from Bandon
... the property and shuttle buses everywhere. They have four great golf courses on the property. Went back the third day to play and after practicing for an hour and I could not keep my hat on with the wind and my game is not weatherproof, I decided to call it a good try.
Outside of golf, there is not much going on in Bandon. A small harbor and beachside community. A few good ...
... year.). And also the free
concerts that happen every night before the plays. And the music that some of
the wineries make available to encourage you to come taste their wines. And so
- Beautiful areas right nearby - Crater Lake, national forests, wonderful trails.
- We are told by our innkeeper/landlord/ maybe new friends Margaret and ...
... a craft, and learned about trees and local animals. The center was really cool with learning activities, beach samples, microscopes, examples of animals from the tide pools, a whale's baleen, and so much more! We dropped them off for an hour and went for a bike ride.
That evening Aimee and Caleb rode their bikes to a presentation at the amphitheater about Mountain Lions. It was ...
NOTE: I received a message from Teresa this morning that read "Have to tell you my Bandon sellers called the day after you left and took their house off the market! They are content in their home and decided to stay put. Add that to your story... the sign was only there to point you to us!"
Ahhhhh yes... A day in the life of The Artful Odyssey!
We met R.J., the ranger, Cindy, the state park's secretary and fellow volunteers Bob and Bridgette at the lighthouse at 1100 hours. Our purpose- to gather up all of the items for sale at the gift shop and package and load them up for transport back to the storage room. R.J. felt that it would take a good three hours to accomplish this task.
Well, we might not be spring chickens any more but us volunteers had the hundreds of items boxed ...