The Landmark Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... path we took did all of these things. But, rather crucially, it was not the path we intended to take. Perhaps more crucially, it wasn’t a path at all! It took Chris quite a while to notice the warning signs. Slippery rocks, the lack of any other footprints, signposts… the fact that we were expecting to do about 0.5 miles extra and we’d been walking for half an hour without finding the other path…
We reached a ...
Today (Feb 6) on our departure from Portland, we barely escaped the relentless grasp of the irresistible arctic front that has followed us southward and which has managed to overwhelm the state of Oregon. Through patient and persistent effort we were able to make it to the west coast of Oregon after 5 hours for a trip that would normally have taken about 1-1.5 hours. One of the attached pictures illustrates the traffic congestion and blowing snow that ...
... of the shore we came across. It's called, "Face Rock" and it was named by the local Coquille Indians because the protrusions on its crests resemble a chin and a nose--see if you can see it---
In Bandon we had lunch at Tony's Crabshack. Dave had a wild salmon burger that was to die for ...
... the old care takers house. It looks so nice.
From the campground we walked to the beach. It amazed me that we could be in pines with a river behind our camp spot and then a couple minute walk be on the beach. I had never been anywhere like that before and I was in awe. The dogs also LOVED the beach! It was fun to watch them run and play. The next day Bess and Terry took us on a tour of the area. We went to the town of Yachats and ate lunch over looking the ...
... jumped onto highway 126, another "scenic byway". Over a high pass and through beautiful canyons, we saw a single elk, but lots of green fields and tall trees. We watched the 3 Sisters mountains and Mt. Washington, all snow-covered giants that seemed not too far away. We found a forest service campground at Clear Lake... best one yet. No wind, no bugs, cool and dry. No amenities, but gorgeous site overlooking the lake, duck families ...