Motel 6 Coos Bay
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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 ...
... about, was that we were there at a very special time. Not only were we there on the finest two weeks of weather in a very long time (possibly the last 20 years), but more importantly, we were here when quite possibly, the future King of England was born. The United Kingdom was buzzing over this wherever we went, and because of that it was very exciting to be a part of it.
Now, I didn’t get a chance to know all of the other ...
... dunes and trees growing throughout the campground. It also has a horse camp for those who want to ride Wilbur on the beach. It is 3 miles from the campground to the Coquille River Lighthouse, now under state park jurisdiction.
This morning we met with our "boss" and a few other newbie hosts at the yurt meeting hall for a day of orientation. The first meeting lasted an hour with an hour break. The next was at noon in the park office where we were ...
... headed north again, this time to Umpqua State park where we got a better view of the dunes as well as a coast guard base and another whale watching area. Quite windy today so couldn't have told the whitecaps from a whale spouting if we tried. We continued on this road to Winchester Bay which has a huge harbour and tons of rv sites. Road continued back to the highway where we headed south again, back to North Bend.
In North Bend we headed west ...
drove along the coast with the rv today...the winds were very high and we went on a bridge that had high wind hazard lights flashing..not to comfy
went to a sea lion cave. went down 215 feet in an elevator and then into the cave...lo and behold there were no sea lions present they don't like it in the cave when it's stormy..but it was really neat to be in the cave..staying overnight here then pushing ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 Coos Bay
Friendly welcome, nice clean rooms.
Will be staying there again next week.
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