I started riding on Highway 1 and just 10 miles from Fort Bragg I was run off the road
twice. If your thinking of trying bike touring? “ALWAYS” use a mirror they’re lifesavers. I stayed at Mackerricher State Park, quail visitors for breakfast and whale skeletons. There is a 3 mile bike path to Fort Bragg. A great little town, organic breakfast, fun shops, good cards and a super rock shop. I got my shredded shirt repaired by Sew & Sew, which was just bought by 3 lovely ladies a week ago, so I suggested it should now be Sew & Sew & Sew.
Ryan was our trusty park ranger. He worked 4 miles from Myers Flat and hadn’t seen the bumper sticker yet, yep I bought him one. The saying was so true yesterday but not as much today, if you grow marijuana. 10 years ago marijuana grown here sold for $5,000 per pound, today it can be bought for $600 per pound on CraigsList. The growers or ex-growers…..
I’m trying to post using my phone, WordPress has some (many), flaws.
I hated to leave Sunset Bay Campground, there’s so much to see and do there I’ll definitely try and come back. All the camp host and park rangers were great. Everyone is super friendly and pretty funny too, (great combo).
SHE IS TOO FUN AND FUNNY
I HAD TO POST BOTH PHOTOS
To set the record straight, the Coast Bike Route on highway 101 on the Oregon Coast, is no holiday. The cars are fast and the shoulder is from nothing to 6 ft (9 meters). I will NEVER-EVER ride the Oregon coast again. I’m staying at campgrounds their max stay- 3 days, just to avoid getting back on the highway. I stop at all rock shops and most art galleries, I’ve been sending myself souvenirs all along the way. There’s a huge Methamphetamine and Heroin problem all along the coast, very sad. I finally got a hair cut.
I FINALLY GOT A HAIR CUT, WITH AN AMERICAN FLAG CAP,E TOO FUNNY.
I’m at the library in Florence Oregon on the Oregon coast. I’m playing blog catch up.
I left July 15, exactly the day I wanted to leave. I bummed a ride to the start of the Banks-Vernonia bike trail. This tour I’m trying include many of the places I visited over the 42 years I lived in Oregon and one’s I haven’t.
I was a bike tour guide and use to bring people on this trail. Starting the tour with no cars was great. As I was biking past a large field, there were some Indians (from India) playing cricket, that’s a hard game to learn. The owner of the Blue House Cafe, a Mediterranean restaurant, he use to help me shuttle the van, back in the touring days. They would always open the history museum too when I brought a tour through town.