Monthly Archives: September 2012

#70–Visiting Bandon by the Sea . . .

One of the most popular tourist towns on the coast is Bandon a.k.a. Bandon by the Sea. In the past, the story of Bandon was that of two plants—gorse that helped burn it down and cranberries that contributed to its … Continue reading

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#69–A foggy night in Bandon town . . .

Last Monday had been a warm day in Florence and continued warm as I drove down Hwy 101 until just a few miles north of Bandon. There I entered heavy fog and the temps dropped. Bandon by the sea, had … Continue reading

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#68–Combining work & play . . .

  When you have houseguests, everyday life is put on hold. With company in the house, I fix special meals, eat out more often, walk all over Florence’s Old Town gawking like a tourist, and share my favorite places up … Continue reading

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#67–Kayaking around Florence . . .

It’s a glorious site to watch the full moon rise up over the hills and brighten as the evening fades into night . . . especially from the vantage point of a kayak on a lake. When I wrote about … Continue reading

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