Bandon Beach Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cannery. Then in 1936 the whole town burned down. Although rebuilt, most industry had aBandoned and relocated. Now: tourism, including charter fishing.
Umpqua River Lighthouse was put into service in 1894 after a prior light also on the banks of the Umpqua fell into the river in 1861 due to serious erosion. The tower stands 65 feet high atop a ...
... was good to see Andrew feeling well enough to expend some energy. He seemed to be having a good time doing it, although he'd never admit it. We drove whenever the kids were napping. We drove through the beaches south if Beachside SP and then away from the beach several times usually to meet a bridge. We stopped at a cove just north of the Sea Lion Caves, a seaside cave in which several dozen sea lions have taken up residence. Sea lions, unlike seals, ...
What a wonderful week in Bandon, Oregon. The drive there was spectacular. Beautiful views of the Pacific and the beaches. The State Park was great, just north of Bandon. The main industry is tourism and they made the town very tourist friendly. Oregon is also very dog friendly. You can take your pets almost anywhere and everyone does. One day trip was to Coos Bay where we ...
... hike alone. Hike is exaggerating things as it was only a short, 15-minute trail looping through the forest. Ever since he was young, Kael has enjoyed posing for pictures with trees and today was no exception!
We eventually met up with Michele and Chloe on the beach. The waves rolled in steadily and there was ample room for Kael and I to kick the ball around while Chloe played in the soft sand. Michele took advantage of little "me" time by walking the length ...
... Alabama that sat directly in front of me. They were big Crimson Tide fans, and since I went to school there for a year while in college, it was fun to yell “Roll Tide” with someone. Barbara Korn and her cousin Beverly Lee were from San Francisco. Barbara took a big interest in my visit to Highclere Castle, and I plan to send her a link to my blog about the events. Diana Pearson and Maria Kellar were two ladies who were ...