Although it is not until October, we have 2 openings left. Below is a description of the unit in which we have the openings. You can check it out on their website. This would be for 2 females, willing to share a queen bed, or for one person paying double for the room.
"This upstairs unit in the four-plex has
two bedrooms with queen beds and one large bathroom. There are wonderful
ocean and beach views from the large shared deck with a 6 person hot
There’s a queen hide-a-bed in the living
room. The kitchen is fully equipped and the open living area has TV,
VCR and a CD player and a cozy wood stove. Within 150 ft. of easy beach
There will be 20 of us in the Sewing room, and 6 husbands doing whatever guys do.
This is an absolutely fabulous location. And a fantastic sewing room. 1000 sq feet of space and ergonomic chairs, etc.
Let me know either here or in the groups forum if you are interested.
Here is one photo taken by Judy when she scoped the place out.
"I took this photo from one of the units when I did the tour of the
resort. Whoever is lucky enough to get this room might get to see a
whale tail way off in the distance, if you stare out the window long
I am the Oregon gal that was sending you all sorts of places to look at-remember the deluge? Ha!Anyway I have been down & out for awhile and after getting on here I saw the Beachcomber's Haven Retreat (DonnaB Thanks!) and am wondering a few things.
Help!Me and the 2 other Musketeers are interested- I know you have 2 spaces left. Is it possible we 3 can rent a place for us and Husbands together? A more expensive alternative is ok too- like a house there- been there once and recall they have many options. I didn't know if y'all got a discount for renting or not- or I'd just "look around" and price it myself.
Another question is my 2 Musketeers are not QCA members (but could be hahahah) and are busy still in work force. Do they have to be members to attend?
Thanks so much and DO appreciate your hard work!
Hi Pam. They do not have to be members. What is restricting the number of attendees now is having room for sewing in the Sandbox, the sewing room. It is limited to 20. And the spaces we have for lodging are for 2 women in unit 12. We already have 18 quilters who have paid. (I am not counting all the spouses as they do not intend to sew.)
And we have one other person who has said she is interested, so that may leave one space left.
However, it is still a long time until October and if someone needs to cancel, their space would open up and if taken, they can be reimbursed.
Thank you so much for the info- if all else fails I will come in for a visit anyway...
for those not familiar with the Oregon coast....bring a camera, rain gear and prepare to be wowed! If you do a whale watching tour, may I suggest Carrie Newell's eco tours out of Depoe Bay....here is here site and a short PBS video on her tours. We all went had such a blast! We are going again soon!
she is a hoot, and a professor. watch this: http://www.opb.org/programs/ofg/segments/view/1754
then her site : http://www.oregonwhales.com/index.html
Also at Depoe Bay 'The World's Smallest Naviagable Harbor" which Carrie sails out of, and the spouting horns right downtown where you park for her museum. Just too much fun!
Then America's Most Photographed Lighthouse at Heceta Head (pronounced Hay Cee ta) http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_124.php
aw heck, I'll just have to organize a tour for y'all!