We left the campground around 1030 hours to begin our 33 mile drive south, stopping off in Port Orford at the hardware store to buy some clear marine grade caulk, then on to the Post Office to drop off some mail, then continued on south arriving in Gold Beach around 1145 hours......we quickly located the UPS drop off facility located within Rogue Outdoor Store on HWY 101 where we quickly deposited the Amazon bound package.
The view along HWY 101 on the way to Gold Beach is just as spectacular as any other section of 101 in Oregon.....
As you cross over the Isaac Lee Patterson bridge into Gold Beach you can see the famous Jerry's Rogue Jet Boat docks on the right, and I thought "Why not come back tomorrow and take that trip up the Rogue River?"......apparently I did more than think it as I quickly heard TLE's voice replying "Yeah, let's do that!" I sent an instant message via Facebook to Mike and Liz asking if they wanted to join us, and they also replied in the affirmative, so we made reservations for the 11 am 64 mile round trip run on Tuesday. At $50/person this seems like a good value, but I'll let you know when I write about Tuesday on Wednesday morning.
On our way back north we stopped in at Humbug Mountain State Park to check it out......the park offers water and electric hookups (no sewer), and a dump station. It stretches out along Brush Creek in the shadow of the 1,756' Humbug Mountain......it is a very interesting park, but feels a little claustrophobic to me.
Instead of heading directly back to Cape Blanco we drove another 8 miles northward to the small town of Langlois and the famous Langlois Market where I stocked up on some exotic brews from their amazing collection.....next to Dart's Liquor in Stateline, NV this tiny out of the way store has one of the more impressive collection of 22 ounce brews I have ever seen.
We were home by 1530 hours with smiles on our faces.....what a nice day!
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