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Old 02-03-2016, 11:59 AM   #11
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We can highly recommend both your ideas. The Oregon coast and back through Crater Lake is beautiful. We went last summer and plan to return again this year on the 4th to meet the kids/family at Tillicum Beach.
Southwestern Colorado and the San Juan mountains are also beautiful. Lots to see and do. Don't miss Mesa Verdi National Park. And, if you like "real" indian ruins take advantage of the Ute Mountain Tribal Park. Also in the area is Hovenweep National Monument. Check out my profile page for some photos of our recent trips to both places. The albums Vacation 2014, The Grand Loop, and Crater Lake should give you some idea of the different opportunities available. If you'd like some specific information you can PM us and we'd be happy to help.
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A little more follow up, photos from Hovenweep, Mesa Verdi, and Crede Colorado
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Old 02-03-2016, 01:18 PM   #13
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X2......101 south from Oregon...
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Old 02-03-2016, 01:48 PM   #14
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Hi Bob, I'm looking at staying at a place called Oceanside Beach Front RV Resort in Coos Bay, OR that's probably about has far North in Oregon that I will make it are you familiar with that area ? The plan was to drive South from there....Are there any other towns along the 101 heading South that are appealing/interesting to spend a day or two in before getting back into CA ?

Once I get back into CA I was going to stay in Crescent City and Fortuna before heading home...Not sure the best way to get back to Southern CA from there...Looking at the map I was thinking about 36 to the 5 Freeway any ideas or thoughts appreciated.
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Any where south on 101 is nice.......I-5 is the quickest....leaves more time for 'sitt'n'....at Coos Bay, you'd have to head out to Charleston to be by the ocean....lots of state parks which are nice....
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If you take I-5 north to Sutherlin, then 138 west to 38, toward Reesport, then south on 101, you'll be following a river on 38
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Old 02-09-2016, 10:39 PM   #17
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Here's our late summer trip plan. We never stick to our plan tho, we tend to wander wherever the wind blows us !

Florida beach for spring break and Lake Erie for Memorial Day first!

Can't this snow melt a little quicker!


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