Chinook Winds Casino Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... view straight into the heart of the fog. The views along the hike in the forest, however, made the strenuous hike worthwhile. After we returned, the shroud of fog cleared, the sun came out, and the spectacular view we missed became visible. Much of the day was spent biking in silence admiring the coast line. We did happen upon a premier jet ski event, where thousands were gathered to watch ...
... and epic sleep ins would do me some good - now I can't seem to sleep in past 8. We could just make out the Lighthouse from the beach, success!
Having eaten enough fish and chowder for a while we picked La Roca in Lincoln City for our lunch stop. It was a welcome change and good basic Mexican place. (OK maybe I did still get fish tacos...but it was "different-ish")
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... of the rock with the hole in the middle of if :) We also stopped at Oregons oldest lighthouse which still uses the original lens!As we drove the scenery changed. The clouds came in and the wind started to pick up which provided some great photo opps.We are truly enjoying this adventure. The cool Oregon coast weather is wonderful - we get to wear jackets at night because it gets so darn chilly!Tomorrow is a down day. Time to relax and do some ...
... sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal; ">When I was done, I tried to call a charter I had researched before our trip to see if the weather was good for a whale watching cruise in Depoe Bay, about 40 miles to the south. Since they were running, we were off on a mission. Tradewinds Charter Service had a space for each
of us on ...
... the hook! Only downside was we missed the great view of Haystack Rock - which is kind of THE Oregon coast landmark - but we did see it again from further away when we pulled into a rest area.
The highway continued south through numerous tiny seaside towns and past many, many state and county parks. Just outside of Wheeler, we encountered what we think was a Coast Guard training exercise. Several people had stopped at the side of the road to watch and ...