Best Western Inn At Face Rock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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.
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As we turned into the festival we spied a bakery and we decided to check it out on the way out. Judy and Pete got there first and were on their way out….they got slammed with all the festival goers and had only a few desserts left. Our luck, but we saw The High Tide Café two buildings down and decided to check it out. The menu looked interesting and we walked into the dining room. It was decorated with different tables and ...
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 ...
Sunset Bay State Park turned out to be the most amazing place we've been to yet. The campground was very nice, but the 4 miles of sea cliffs, coves, trails, beaches and sea lions was stunning. Mary's finger seized up from all the picture taking. Especially fun was the Simpson Overlook, where one can view the ...
... to do a little exploring. There is a county park 2 miles east of the state park that draws us. We drive to the park only to find that it is a boat launch. We drive a mile or two farther up the road. An overlook at the Bandon Marsh has a lot of informational signage. We learn that the marsh was reclaimed by farmers and ranchers by building dams. The dams dried the marshland. Viola! Wet land became dry fertile land- good for farmers and ranchers. Not so good ...