Motel 6 Coos Bay
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... may tell you it is a 3 1/2 hour drive from Portland to Coos Bay, it does take all day with so many stops to look at the wonderful scenery unfolding around every turn.
We we arrived at Coos Bay and found our motel, also a lovely Italian restaurant for dinner and an early night with the prospect of another fantastic drive tomorrow.
... for each river were genetically different, so they had to keep separate all along the way, otherwise they might not find their way home in three to five years. The rainbow trout were nice three pounders that they use as “trophy” trout to stock certain lakes, thousands swimming around in the concrete runway….where’s my pole….
Back up the beautiful coastline for another wildlife experience, more Roosevelt Elk! A short ...
... fog just merged with gray clouds and the rain began.
We crossed into California with little fanfare, continuing down 101. Within miles we had entered redwood territory with the towering giants on both sides of the road. They were tall, but not the giant ones in girth. We reached Redwood National Park, and because we were driving Bertha, were unable to do the drive that I think had the ones you could drive through. Still, ...
... very bush and had warnings of bears, lions, elk and ticks so we decided to just to take a wonder close to the main entry and took lots of photos of the river beneath us. It was very peaceful and gorgeous to look at. As we continued to drive today we came across the reason for the title of this entry. West Coast Game Park promised you could pat a tiger cub. When Danny asked if we could go, I said sure thing, not believing we would get to see much but animals in cages. We ...
... much of anything.
We stopped at Oak Harbour to have a slow tyre leak fixed and a cuppa.
After a feast of fish and chips (delicious wild Alaskan cod) we took a half hour ferry ride from Keystone Ferry Landing to Port Townsend. From there it was a lovely park like drive to Port Angeles. Gorgeous sunny day, 24*.
Thursday 05 July. Port Angeles - Cape Disappointment. 447ks.
A lacklustre day. Grey, gloomy and drizzly as we drove the Washington coast road through ...
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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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