Posted • May 4, 2010 • 1 Comment
Heading to Eugene and then West just 48 miles North of the Largest Oregon Coast City…
With a marketing strategy meeting scheduled with Delta Kits (the windshield repair company) we headed to their headquarters in Eugene, Oregon.
Delta Kits, 1090 Bailey Hill Rd., Eugene, OR 97402-5452, U.S.A., +1-541-345-8554
It was a great meeting, we discussed some great marketing strategies. As fantastic as the meeting was we couldn’t wait to continue our trek.
On our way out of Eugene we just had to stop and fill up on caffeine at the local Dutch Bros.
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Heading west from Eugene, Oregon we hit the Oregon Coast at Florence just about 48 miles north of Coos Bay, largest Oregon coast city. We hated to miss out on visiting the largest of the coastal Oregon cities but our reservations were at one of the Oregon coast hotels in Newport. Our Oregon coast map said we still had over 50 miles to Newport. News was that it was still daylight and there was no major traffic ahead.
Driving past the Newport Aquarium we checked in at our choice of the Oregon coast hotels in Newport. We picked up the current copies of USA Today, the Newport News, a couple of cookies and headed to our room.
The next morning we hit the road heading up the Oregon coast towards Lincoln City Oregon, the next largest Oregon coast city on our path home. Passing the 45th parallel marker just outside of Lincoln City we continued north.
I decided to make a stop for a few Crocodile Dundee inspired photos of me as well as the beautiful Oregon coast views. No I didn’t have the famous Crocodile Dundee knife with me this time. 😉
We made the next to last stop at the Tillamook Cheese Factory where we had some squeeky cheese and a shopping trip after I had a phone meeting with Portland’s carpet cleaners Allbright Carpet Cleaning.
There was one more stop for some great river photos.
We were glad to get home to our new digs and put a final close to our working coastal trip.
Coastal water photos courtesy of Shirley de Rose.