Rogue River Lodge at Snag Patch
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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We made a brief stop downriver where the Rogue meets the sea, to check out the seals--they mostly have harbor seals and California sea lions here but don't ask me which is which! The Rogue was designated a National Wild and Scenic River when that law was first passed in 1968. That means what we see today is pretty much what it looked like 50 years ago. You can rebuild ...
... gave us each $10.00 start up money which we spent in about 20 minutes and walked away with $37.00 in our pocket. Cha-ching! We just laugh and shake our heads. How crazy is that?
Since then we've explored lighthouses, watched gray whales off the coast, and visited little port towns like Newport where male sea lions lounge loudly on the fishing docks. We had some scrumptious clam chowder at Mo's at the docks and watched the fishing boats ...
... was vey interesting to see. The cave butted up to the ocean with a big opening. It was like a scene from a movie. From the cave we went down the road to the Hecela Lighthouse. We walked the trail to the top but couldn't go in the lighthouse. The view from the top was beautiful, very sandy and windy. We found a nice seafood restaurant on the beach and got to watch a beautiful ...
... large meadow at the southern entrance, but there is an information centre where we can stretch out legs for a bit. We keep going along the parkway, and we do see some Elk, but we never have the camera ready in time to get a photo! The parkway is a pleasant drive – it’s nice to get off the main highway and drive through the trees.
Back onto the main highway again, and continuing north, the weather isn’t getting any ...
... the promise of lots coming over the next few days, and went along south coast. This area has lots of logging going on as well as Cranberry Bogs! Who knew! I associate that with Cape Cod, not the West Coast. But again, I loved the sign that said: "Blueberries - Cranberry Lane" - okay, which is it?
There is a bike trail along 101 and you see lots of young people ...