Trollers Lodge

355 SW Hwy 101, Depoe Bay, Oregon, 97341 , United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 355 SW Hwy 101, Depoe Bay, is near Dockside Charters.
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    Travel Blogs from Depoe Bay

    All good things come to an end

    A travel blog entry by marilynstitches on Sep 11, 2014

    28 photos

    ... will take more practice to get them right, so have a lot of odd lighted photos.The thing she finds the hardest is right light, where the sun is and how to change a setting to accommodate that.Then we have to stop the boat from moving- Charlie tries! Ha, Ha! But with animals moving so quickly, it's "catch it if you can" at the right setting - no second chances.

    We took a drive up to the Yaquina Light houses (there are 2 of them, one at ...

    Lava Dome Growing!

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 09, 2014

    11 photos

    ... the Columbia...and there were stacks and stacks of logs waiting their turn in the shipyard. Our first stop in Oregon was for me to get a soft serve in historic Astoria. It was a quaint town with restored cottages and well-tended flower gardens. I browsed through a vintage hardware store with colorful bouquets of fresh flowers for $4 a bunch. While I finished my cone, Bud and I watched tankers and gulls drifting about this wide part of the river.
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    Night 17: Whales Everywhere

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 09, 2014

    10 photos

    ... due. The tent is surrounded by rain forests with huge leaves and hills covered in tall Sitka spruces. There are streams of water all around, but they are often obscured by vaulted ceilings of ferns. I like camping here because it's a different world and nothing like the deserts we crossed to get here. After setting up camp, with some difficulty, we made our way up the Otter Crest Loop, a scenic six mile drive to Depoe Bay. At Otter Rock, next to a ...

    From Hot Springs to Springing a leak - or three!

    A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on May 10, 2014

    4 comments, 71 photos

    ... the rain would cease, but it didn't, and the repairs to the roof had failed so we had our own mini waterfall in the shower compartment, plus another coming through the aeriel inlet (doubly annoying because we don't even have a television. So we found this great little site, tarped up and, whenever the rain stopped it's heavy drumming, Nigel climbed up and applied ever expanding layers of sealant.

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    The Coast

    A travel blog entry by suzysnow on Aug 12, 2012

    1 comment, 22 photos

    The Oregon coast is my favorite coast.







    In the summer time, the cool ocean air hits the warm land and condenses creating an eerie fog that engulfs the coast and blocks out the sun. The wind pushes you down the beach and sand blasts your face forcing you to bundle up in the brisk temperatures and preventing ...