Best Western Inn At Face Rock
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and salmon that Scott caught. All delicious!! Early night for us!
Anyway, up this morning with a beautiful scenic drive to Bandon, OR on the Oregon west coast, about a 5+ hour drive. Rivers and landscape frequented by Hemingway and Teddy Roosevelt per Scott, trout fishing in the Oregon streams.
We stopped for gas and saw something we hadn't seen in several decades, someone to pump your gas. Small towns in Oregon. In fact, we stopped at two gas stations and both had ...
... the sign because...but no, no, enough already.
When looking for somewhere to eat recently I decided not to risk the chicken BBQ restaurant called "A Wing and a Prayer" and I also passed by the "Snores and Whiskers Motel" which was displaying the "Vacancies" sign (no kidding Sherlock).
And finally, I'm sure there is a display board somewhere that would explain this, but why do so many American men wear their hats at breakfast?
... of theater and there are movie theaters, showing good movies that we want to see. Seven months of Shakespeare festivals, and a film festival every April.
- Lots of restaurants -- some good ones, some funky ones.
- A library that people use. When it was closed because of budget woes recently, people voted to raise their taxes to keep it open, according to an ...
... must have millions! The kids loved them and they just wanted to sniff and get pets. My thoughts as I walked up and down the rows of tents is that all of these festivals have the same types of vendors….soup and dip sales, tools, hats and purses, tie-dyed everything, honey, some artwork, food and entertainment. There were two other unusual events besides the dogs, a fishing section for the kids and the Coast Guard booth demonstrating ...
... evening. So none the less we quite enjoyed ourselves on this final evening in Florence.
As we made our way down into Southern Oregon, known as the adventure coast, we watched the coast line change from long pristine sandy beaches to more rugid rocky landscape where the highway hugged the edge of cliffs along the coast. From one type of natural beauty to another, never a shortage of being in awe of this natural beauty we are so lucky to ...