Believe it or not? ........ We woke up to a foggy morning and drove in fog along the Pacific Coast for several hours.....so much for enjoying the coastal views! Next time!
Foggy Oregon's Pacific Ocean Beach Coast
Our day today was to travel the Oregon Pacific Coast and visit Bandon Dunes - a Golf Resort. There are five courses located at Bandon Dunes. Their catch-phrase is, "Golf as it was meant to be...."
There are no golf carts. You can walk and have a Bandon Dunes push or pull cart of your own or "hire" a caddie. You have to walk the courses. It is recommended that you play with one of their caddies.
We enjoyed the Pro Shops and a sandwich at the grill.
Ten years ago Phil and our oldest son met with one of our Oregon lumber suppliers. They took Phil and C. to Bandon Dunes for a day of golf. They played on the Pacific Dune course at Bandon Dunes. On the 18th hole, a par 5, our son came up to his tee shot playing 591 yards and birdied the hole.
18th Hole at Pacific Dune at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort
Hole 1 at Pacific Dune - Bandon Dunes
Continuing Our Journey in Lower Oregon - Scenes Along the Way.....
A Ranch Name
A Veteran Memorial along Highway 101 - a Poignant Verse.... Coos Bay, Oregon
McCullough Bridge along Oregon Highway 101 - Coos Bay, Oregon
Loading Wood Chips on a Ship for Export. There were bulldozers on top of the pile pushing the chips around. The air was so fragrant with the smell of wood.
The Sign Says It All! (Remote, Oregon)
Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Finally!!......we meet up with my sister and family and get to meet her little grandson, who will be a year old the end of this month. We will be in Mt. Shasta for several days!