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... a short beach run before joining up with the guys. It was a bit of a comical run as we thought running on the beach would be "fun." We gave up after a few miles and headed back to asphalt for the remainder of the run. We all then headed north to Cape Blanco to visit the westernmost point in the contiguous U.S. We toured the cool lighthouse, but quickly moved on towards Port Oreford to dodge the winds up on the point. There we spent a few hours at Battle ...
... of the history of the people which we found very interesting but we didn't see one other person stopping to look at them while we were there. The smell inside casinos is almost unbearable - smoke. I don't know how people stand to sit there and breathe that for hours. They do have non-smoking sections though that are closed off, which we took advantage of the short time we were in there, but we practically had the room to ourselves.
I did not know Portland is called "The City of Roses" until today when we explored Portland's International Rose Test Garden. It is 4.5 acres of beautiful roses. There are over 550 species. It was started in 1917. It is a public park, free to the public, and a very popular place to visit. There were so many colors of roses, very beautiful and very unusual. My favorite, of the ones ...
... again, during the summer season they don't take under 10's, so we had to pass on the opportunity - although Julie and I are determined to come back on our own at some point!
We headed into Gold Beach itself and found a room overlooking the sea at the Gold Beach Resort. After going to the local supermarket to grab some baby food and adult food we watch the end of the local high school american football match.
... cheeses, fruits and bread for the boys at the end of their ride today.
Sharon introduced Julie to a wild animal habitat south of Bandon that provides up close contact with tigers, lions, bears, and many other animals. Check out the picture of Sharon and Julie with a 3 month old, 30 pound tiger. Bill and Brian stumbled across the remnants of Jurassic Park just south of Port Orford....check out all ...