Our night at Quosatana Campground was a wet one; but other than having to keep our camp chairs inside the Roadtrek, it didn't matter much. It was 17 Sep 2019, and off we went to our next adventure on our southward bound coastal drive.
We traveled the Oregon Coast Highway over the highest bridge in Oregon, the Thomas Creek Bridge, which lies within the Samuel Boardman Scenic Corridor. We stopped numerous times to get out to view the different beaches along the way. After a few hours, we drove inland to what we thought would be our next camping location. Using Google search, it led us to the U.S. Forestry Service (USFS) website for Little Redwood Campground in Brookings, OR. We came to find out after driving all the way out there that the campground was CLOSED! It turned out to be indefinitely closed since a forest fire burned through there in 2017, but the USFS website didn't say it was closed. Bummer, but fortunately there was a campground nearby with openings: Alfred A. Loeb State Park. During this entire time, it had been raining and was rather dark; but we made it and were barely settled in the Roadtrek before evening fell. What a R.E.L.I.E.F!
The next morning as we continued our final day of traveling the Oregon Coast Highway, we were able to take some photographs of the coastline because the rain had finally stopped. We were rewarded with more of Oregon's beautiful, wild, coastal scenery.
|Gold Beach, Oregon Coast. Photo by Virginia.|