What an honor! - We dearly wish to thank the famous Don Woods of KBOO Community Radio's long running show, the Tiki Cha Cha Club for staying with us, here at the Itty Bitty Inn!
Each week Don Woods gifts Portland with musica fabulosa! Lounge and exotica (and tiki charm) completes his local community radio scene in a way that could only be found in Portland, Oregon.
Check out his latest show here!
As an added treat for us, Don's awesome sons also hung out with us for their couple days of stay with us. Come back again soon my dear brothers!
Sunny days are here and our bikes are ready to roll!
Summer is here and we have plenty of new and well tuned bikes we loan our guests. They are super fun to ride en route to the pub or coffee shops or antique stores just down the road from our inn. If you're craving a bike ride, we also have helmets and safety vests and hi-viz lighting too!
Enjoy your summer! :)
Miss Piggy ...a Harley from Arizona, stopped in for a night's stay at the Itty Bitty Inn on her way up to Seattle. Jennifer accompanied Miss Piggy on this ride was stoked to explore hwy 101. It was both of their first time on the Oregon coast! Miss Piggy is adorned with a gazillion Swarovski crystals from the front fender to the tail lights - such glam! This is sooooo Miss Piggy, we LOVED it!
Safe travels dearest Miss Piggy!
Interested in tuning in to some local flavor when visiting Coos Bay - North Bend, Oregon?
Be sure to dial your radio tuner to 98.1 FM - KJAJ!
Perhaps you will catch Rik the Innkeeper's radio show called Chai Chat which features great discussion on energy and environmental sustainability issues and ...he plays music. He will literally interrupt a killer interview with a guest on his show to play some Pavement. And by he...I mean me, Rik the Innkeeper. I'm writing this blog post right now and it just occured to me how dorky it feels to type this pretending to be someone else writing about my show when there's a pretty good chance no one else really knows about it.
Except my Mom.
On a cool spring day, here in Coos Bay - North Bend, Elvis arrived for his overnight stay. He's a big ticket tonight at a local Elk's lodge, singing the hits over dinner and dancing.
The Oregon Coast sees many celebs come out to enjoy the wild surf, dark forests, and homemade beer, and tonight a resurrected Elvis shall too!
Here at the inn, when we arent busy biking or kayaking (or dancing the robot) - you can find us forever fine-tuning the art of pairing local beers with old school Atari games! And sometimes (just sometimes), we discover a game accessory that is just as much fun as playing the game itself. Check out these super sweet Atari 2600 console dust covers!
No way whaaaaat??? Is that some classic Pitfall and River Raid action?
Who knew that pixels and felt could marry to create such art!
We'd like to send big respect and love to a fellow Atari enthusiast, Luiz Bonaccorsi who custom makes each Atari dust cover and sells them and other Atari items you cannot live without at his ebay store http://stores.ebay.com/bonaccorsi?_dmd=1&_nkw=atari+2600