Bullards Beach State Park
Another slow, lazy morning. I caught up on social media while Rod did a little freelance work. The campground was quiet and the sun was shining, giving promise to another beautiful day.
A room with a view. Sort of. Our site had plenty of shrubs, providing a decent amount of privacy.
We decided to go into town for lunch and went back to the Bandon Fish Market, a spot we tried a few years ago. Sadly, it wasn't nearly as good as that first visit.
We had planned to drive over to the beach, but the clouds were rolling in, so we headed over to Face Rock Creamery for ice cream. These are "small" servings! We were definitely not disappointed with this treat!
After indulging in all of that ice cream, I decided to go for a little bike ride. Sunshine, no wind and warm (but not hot) temps made for a beautiful afternoon ride. I could ride for hours on a stretch of road like this one!
I spotted a coyote in the field and quickly jumped off my bike so I could get some pictures.
He was a little skittish and started to run off after he spotted me.
Ah, back to my favorite lighthouse.
I love this huge piece of wood. I can't imagine it washing ashore, but in a winter storm, anything is possible.
A view of the town of Bandon from the lighthouse.
No wind, so the river was very calm.
Another fun evening listening to Game 2 of the World Series. It was actually a very thrilling game. The Astros beat the Dodgers 7-6 in extra innings after five hours!