Wild Chinook Inn
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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Es wird jeden Tag wärmer.
Die Felsen stehen während der Flut im Wasser. Bei Ebbe kann man weit ins Meer hinaus laufen und auf die Felsen klettern.
Die Gehzeiten-Türme pfeifen ihre Lieder damit jeder weiss, ob das Wasser kommt oder geht.
Von einigen der Felsen und Buchten kommt man bei Flut nicht mehr zurück aufs Festland.
... view en route (Port Orford I think).
South from Florence,"Dune Country" Oregon's Sahara" 50 miles of oceanfront dunes.
Town of Bandon , Tasted about 25 different goodies made from Cranberries.
P.S. Alf & Cher , Your comments always make us smile ...
Question: If you ride a bike 60 + miles a day, how many calories do you eat. Answer: As many as you want! :-)
The food on our trip has been excellent everywhere. Dinner in Bandon last night was one of the best meals our group has had ........anywhere! Fresh caught Salmon, fresh caught Dungeness Crab, fresh picked blueberries, local harvested vegetables, fresh baked sour dough and other breads...its been ...
... of this small headland is a pier for the use of the commercial fishermen. There are hoists to bring their catch up to send to market, but again, no slips.
The brochures say that the southern Oregon coastline is beautiful, we crossed the border and drove north. The scenery was spectacular. If you haven’t been here, you must make it a priority. The state of Oregon has done a marvelous job of protecting the coastline, it seems to be one long park. State law mandates ...
... we missed our photo op yesterday when the sky was clear. Oh well. I took some photos anyway just to show what the weather is like here today.
We had planned to take the furry ones down on the beach. Surprise! The beach is gone! Well, not really gone but is now under a considerable amount of sea water as the tide is in- not enough dry sand to take a stroll. The sea stacks are barely visible through the fog. It's just ...