Motel 6 Coos Bay
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Friendly welcome, nice clean rooms.
Will be staying there again next week.
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... Eventually we crossed the northern border of the Republic of California and found our home for the day at a small campsite just south of Pelican Bay State Park. At the recommendation of the camp host, who was a slow moving, slow talking, long haired, crystal necklace wearing, northern Californian, we took up residence in one of the two not well known beach campsites. It was the perfect spot we imagined on the California beaches, however, we still had that Oregon-style cloud ...
... walking through the botanical gardens, then went to the observation building where there was information about Grey Whales that live in the area. We looked for them for a bit but didn't see any. We rode our bikes back to the campground then headed to the beach where Bruce and Cohen joined us after golf.
There was a Jr. Park Ranger program at the interpretive center where the boys played ...
... was in 1852 when survivors of the Captain Lincoln shipwreck established Camp Castaway until they and their cargo were rescued. There has been a permanent settlement on Coos Bay since 1853. Prior to 1915 the community was largely isolated due to the difficulties of crossing the Coast Range and the many rivers so the Pacific Ocean was their primary avenue of transportation. The two day sail to San Francisco was much preferred to traveling inland ...
Woke up to another beautiful, blue-sky day. We look to the east from our motorhome so we saw the sunrise for a change. Up to now, it's been only sunsets.
Last night our furnace refused to come on. This was the second time it happened. The first time we were able to get it going again but this time, it has refused to come back. We're stymied as we had it totally overhauled before we left. By ten pm (when we realized it hadn't come on for awhile) ...
... in Bandon at 5:30pm and went to an area they call the 'Old Town' to check out the options for crabbing, which is at the top of the girls wish list of activities.
Bandon, Oregon (Day 2)
Today I woke-up at 5:30am for a morning of crabbing. It was a short drive back to the pier, and I had to purchase a licence and rent 3 crab rings. It was a $35 investment to try to catch some ...