Expensive campgrounds $35! Beautiful backcountry roads, peaceful. Until we got to Seaside. People and more people. Sensory overload. Great Tsunami Dogs.
Expensive food, no large food stores. Some rain. The coast is cool and beautiful. Stayed at a small campground in Bay City (no showers) and met some GREAT ladies there too:) Excellent cafe in town too.
State campgrounds are the best. $5/per person, showers too. They gave the hiker/bikers the best part of the park. Surrounded by really tall trees. We are working well as a team. Go Team Flynn!
Stayed at Salmon Creek Evergreen RV park (it's on the left), showers. $10 no holler.
We made it alive off 101. Yay! I loved being on the coast but certain parts of that road were not fun.
Day 5 - Rose Lodge to Rickreall - 43 miles
Polk County Fair Grounds $10, only ones there. Great showers and covered picnic table area, no laundry but sprinklers! :)
Day 6 - Rickreall to Coburg - 61 miles
It was a push but the pizza in Coburg was well worth it. Stayed at Eugene RV Park. $18. Not much to speak of but they did have showers.
Laundry, food shopping
Day 8 - Rest day in Eugene
Bike maintenance, post office, library, relax
Day 9 Begin Sectin 2, maps 10 and 11 (heading east towards McKenzie Pass)
Day 10 - map 12
Day 11 - map 13
Sisters here we come!
I am writing this really quickly and post the pics just as fast. Please forgive the typos and anything else that doesn't make sense:)