BEST WESTERN PLUS Holiday Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Said farewell to our newly made friends at Jessie Honeyman Park before locking in our Southerly route towards Coos Bay along 101. The sand dunes along the highway seemed alien, starkly contrasting with the conifers, lakes, and lush shrubbery. We zoomed through Gardiner, Reedsport, and the other cities along the way, concentrating on our brisk pace. We accidentally diverged paths at Northbend, Kevin taking the 540 exit and I continuing ...
... kept ourselves amused the day-long at the beach by combing the shore for cool rocks, reading, and watching as a man came down to fly the most impressive kites we had ever seen. In the late afternoon we were even graced with the sun for a few hours. Thanks to our primo spot on the beach we were able to settle in to watch the sunset. While everyone else left for home, we got a fire going and settled in our chairs for a while before turning in for the night to the sound of lapping ...
... pointing in the same direction:...SO, does that suggest to you - "In one day and Out the next????? That would certainly save on space wouldn't it!! I had a good laugh over that one! And then another one that makes you think (I guess) big sign board saying - "REMEMBER THAT" (nothing more)...well, I can't remember "THIS", so "THAT" just isn't going to work for ...
... orange and it didn't have the word prisoner on it.
Still- its interesting how things are done here. We continued into country very similar to Kawerau in NZ where you see the trees stretching for miles, but in this case they were Redwoods - beautiful trees straight as a dye and going up for hundreds of feet. The mature trees are wide at the bottom but have no tap root system. I think they only go down some 10 - 13 ft but spread out over 60 -80 feet and seem ...
... Bridge, 345 ft, the highest bridge in Oregon and through the Rogue Siske National Forest. We arrived at Sunset Bay State Park and were really pleased with the campground. Each site had their own little side yard with lots of privacy. They had an interpretive center, a basketball court, and a cool tunnel to take you under the road to the beach.
We went for a bike ride around the campground ...