Windermere on the Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... You can tell that these states do care about their people and leave everything open for them to enjoy. I know we surely did enjoy every moment we spent here. Hmmmmmmmmm, maybe this is a place to consider settling!!!!
We leave Oregon for northern California in the morning. Our first stop will be Crescent City in the midst of the giant redwoods. Can't wait.
Hope everyone is well. Love to you all.
... lions also live here all year and were at the same rock as the Californian sea lion. The males are 3 or 4 times bigger than the females. Males weigh about a ton and females weigh 300 kilos. Northern Elephant Seal Northern elephant seals are the largest seals and can dive the deepest of all mammals, even deeper than dolphins and whales. Males weigh up to 2 1/2 tonnes. The ranger showed me one but I thought it looked like a big fat ...
We're travelling down the Oregon coast - right? Then why didn't we see the ocean today?
Our ride took us from Reedsport to Bandon. This leg took us mostly inland and we didn't see the ocean until we reached Bandon. Technically, Bandon is located on the Coquille River which ultimately flows into the sea and we could "see the sea" from our hotel room. Check out the beautiful ...
... house miles away.
We considered staying a little longer, but the plan was to spend about a week at an Oceanside park up in the northwest corner, catch up on some writing and painting, "decompress" from the 8 months of fun and then head east up the Columbia River and back to Montana.
... identifies the resting place a prominent man born in the 1850's. His huge headstone states his date of birth and of his death. Below his name is that of his wife- date of birth- but not of her death. I wonder what happened to her.
I return to the laundromat and help Jil fold the now clean and dry clothes. We put them in the truck and head over to Ray's market to buy some grub then head back to camp for some R&R. :)