Salbasgeon Inn of the Umpqua
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... can do. They are paid in advance a portion of the room price and refuse to even talk. Now I have to fight, again with Expedia.
The ride to Crater Lake was magnificent. Again the word "Magnificent". 60 miles of forest and farms. Once we got in to the National Park there were nice sweeping curves through the national forest. Anne and I stopped briefly at the souvenir shop, then hit the road into the park. I ...
... from that pier...it's so vast! We think the tide was out when we drove down hiway 101, the Coast Hiway as there seemed to be a lot of people walking on the exposed beach. There are signs everwhere about Tsunamis and what to do, where to go. Did not know this was a big issue here.... We've noticed that Oregonians don't like to waste words on their hiway signs...instead of saying 'trucks crossing ahead' or 'rocks on road' the signs simply say 'Rocks', 'Trucks', 'Elk', 'Slides', ...
... down the Oregan and California (Highway 1) coast to reach San Fran.
The first couple of hours were basic until we got near the coast and then the traffic picked up. We’d been looking forward for a while to just sitting on a beach and swimming etc but Marna had rather ruined that dream by basically saying it will be too cold to do either.
She was right the whole day was bright but extremely windy and cold. We started in some horrible beach town ...
... High school he attended. We stopped at the Coos Bay Boardwalk to see the history of this timber port and view the way it has changed over its time of development.
Back at the house Tully had cooked Roast Chicken and we had a great meal with a nice local c******nay. Afterwards we played a game of Ticket to Ride which was fun and Linda beat us all. We have had a lovely couple of days with very generous and wonderful people.
... dinner. Then we found a nice spot to watch the sun set over the Pacific Ocean.
Before leaving this area the next day, another state park down the road had a very nice estate garden called Shore Acres. Then we went into Coos Bay because we had read that there would be a farmer's market there. It was huge and we got some fresh fruit we had been missing. The Master Gardeners had a booth there and ...