Salbasgeon Inn of the Umpqua
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... We did pick a good spot to enjoy the Oregon Coast. This area is where a lot of seals and sea lions spend the summer. After the beach, we got the scooter and found where they were. There were hundreds of them and they were all "barking" at the same time.
This also looked like a good place to have a nice seafood dinner so we rode the scooter in the fishing town of Charleston and had a very ...
... Access to it is via a logging road, a gravel road in good condition until we passed the last logging access. Then it was pothole city. He'd told us it was rough and he was right! But, it was a gorgeous drive. We reached the end of the road and walked through the dunes to the beach just as the fog rolled back in. There were only a few fishermen on the ...
... Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
I have really taken that quote to heart these last few years. I don’t want to live my life with any regrets. I want to live it to the fullest, and see and do all the things that most people only read about or see on TV or movies. For this reason, when I’m on these trips, I wear myself down to a frizzle. I sleep about 5 ...
... enjoyed a crab cake salad, and Jon wolfed down his halibut and chips. Guess it was good, right? Seems like this travel blog sure does feature a lot of food, what can we say, big surprise! Onward to Beaverton/Portland tomorrow.
Total new license plates spotted today (3): Alaska, Colorado, Idaho
Miles traveled today: 142 (seems a bit longer on US 101)
... info about the place.
Made our return trip via Coos Bay. We wandered about the boardwalk on the harbour. There were several big tugs and numerous pleasure craft tied up - no big freighters that we could see. There is a nice display of info boards showing some history of the area and a restored tug boat on display. There were a number of big wood chip piles waiting to be loaded on freighters bound overseas. Wood chips are Oregon's ...