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... encrusted halibut, and a Charlotte cake dessert. The desert was layers of yellow cake, peach mousse, blackberries topped with buttercream and served with a peach sauce. Everything was delicious! TripAdvisor didn't steer us wrong! And, I tried an Oregon Estate Pinot Noir from Witness Tree. Very smooth and nice!
Back to the hotel to get up, so that we beat the shut down of Bandon with the Cranberry Festival parade. Heading to Eureka and Santa Rosa.
... called "The Mill Casino" and is owned by the Coquille Indian Tribe as are most Casino' s in California and the West Coast States. The Casino is located on State Highway 101 so it cannot be missed.
As just said, all the Casino's are owned by various Native American tribes and this has been decided as a form of restitution for the past wrong doings by the early American Immigrants crossing and slaughtering the Indians as they came across them. Many of ...
... I think I’m not ready to totally pull
the plug on Austin (too many friends who would still be in Austin) – but I’m
really interested in spending a summer here, at least. The people
seem friendly, they talk to strangers, and seem to be delighted that you
appreciate their city.
So Ashland has met the high bar I set for it. Join us?
NOTE: I received a message from Teresa this morning that read "Have to tell you my Bandon sellers called the day after you left and took their house off the market! They are content in their home and decided to stay put. Add that to your story... the sign was only there to point you to us!"
Ahhhhh yes... A day in the life of The Artful Odyssey!
The whole Southwest Oregon coast isfull of long beaches with rock formations, it goes on and on. We drove up Elk River to an Oregon State Fish Hatchery, one of many. There were Chinook salmon fry and trophy rainbow trout in residence. There was a display explaining the process of hatching and planting the fish. This hatchery provided salmon hatchlings to two rivers, the Elk River we were on and another that they trucked the fish to and then released. ...