Sea Crest Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... head further south and reach Gold Beach. Our choice of Port Orford was a good one. Cycling around the corner after being dropped off by the bus, we were met with yet more amazing scenery as the afternoon drew to a windy close. We then only had eyes for the Crazy Norwegian fish restaurant but alas, after sorting ourselves a motel, we were too late. Restaurants over here close far too early. The Spanish must waste away when they come to the ...
... through wifi and not even having cell coverage where we were last night so that a text to let the girls know we were safe didn't go through till sometime today. Walked the beach and put my feet in the Pacific Ocean and remembered often the trip we took the girls on so many years ago now-- ah, the memories. And even further back, to when my mom took Gary and I down the Oregon Coast.
Tonight we are in an ...
... you get to pet some of the animals.. unfortunately it was due to close in 30 mins which wasn't long enough to go round..
Change of plan yet again and we decide to find somewhere to stay and depending on how far it was come back in the morning and see what animals we could play with.
As luck would have it - we came across Port Orford about 20 miles down the ride - and found a room in ...
... and half my age would help. Research each day and try to find out what challenges the days ride can offer. Don't do it on your own however good you think you are.
My sat nav says that to return to Cape Hatteras is 2641 miles from where I am now. My mileometer reads 6099, so that gives you some idea of the route we have taken and how much we have seen.
Like everywhere in the world, on a one to one level the people ...
... to get the fishing boats our of the water due to the high winds.
Given the **** day that I have had I rather cleverly decide that a picture of my bike resting close to the Pacific would be a fitting finale to the trip.
So I find an access road and ride onto the beach.
I get 50 feet from the Pacific Ocean and the bike stops. Not only does it stop but I can kneel down on the sand whilst sitting on the saddle and to get off I don't need a side stand to ...