Rogue River Lodge at Snag Patch
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... on an existing foundation, but no new buildings, logging, or other industry are allowed. As we passed under the bridge, where a Jerry's employee took a photo of us, we could see Jot's Resort where we spent Saturday and Sunday nights.
We couldn't have picked a better day for this trip--temps in the 60s and a gorgeous sky. This trip is called the Mail Boat because they've actually ...
... area where the views just don't get any better. We spent days parked in state park day use only areas, and moved to roadside pullouts at night. Hiking all over by day, and listening to the surf all night. We never tire of just watching the waves crash on the rocks, and hiking along the Oregon Coast Trail.
We are now almost to Brookings which is the last town before we cross into CA. It's supposed to rain tomorrow so we thought it would be ...
... north. Plus the weather isn’t really conducive to walking through some trees! I get out for a quick look around the visitor centre, but we don’t stay for long, and start driving again soon.
Through more state forest, it’s a pity it’s raining so much. But the scenery is still very pleasant. We drive straight past Crescent City, and soon, we are at the California/Oregon border! Our first attempt at a photo ...
... the beaches.
Crunch these numbers: 363 Miles of rugged coastline, tide pools and wildlife to be discovered.
86 State Parks; 11 Lighthouses; 2 mouths of nationally designated Wild and Scenic Rivers that pour into the Pacific; 2 National Forests, with the wind in the trees overhead and trails underfoot winding up mountains and through meadows; and 1 being the ...
... my first stop at Newport, a fishing town with plenty of fish restaurants. At one location newly caught fish were being cut up in front of us hungry spectators. That day I made it all the way to a small town called Denmark! It's on my Oregon map, and it used to have its own post office. But over the years the population has dwindled, so the post office was closed and moved to Langlois. I'll have more to report on this in my next blog. ...