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... a blue ring around his neck that comes to her bird bath. Saw him yesterday, but flew away quickly – no photo. A beautiful Bluejay flew into the bushes outside my window, but couldn't grab the camera quick enough.
Did a walk on the beach (3 miles approx.) the other day and got some exciting photos. It was a little foggy along the big rocks at the end of the beach, but lifted by the time we reached them. This is a ...
... Bay where we saw our first gray whale! Next we stopped at the Devil's Punch Bowl, a collapsed natural sea cave, where we viewed the gaping hole from the rocks above, and then hiked down to explore the tide pools and the cavern below. From the beach, we gazed out at the waves and watched more whales breech the water and spew from their blow holes. After a quick breakfast, we headed to the Yaquina Point Lighthouse, where we avoided the day use fee by parking at ...
... the neighbors and one
of them just got back from crabbing.
They ended up giving us a couple of Dungeness crabs and a red rock crab
and offered to take us crabbing the next day.
What a great experience! We
learned how to catch and clean crab plus we had an incredible feast at the end
of the day! We had 7 Dungeness
crabs! We moved on to Bandon, OR where
we camped beside a ...
... above several others in the water. At low tide, which was about to happen, one side if it is accessible by land. Atop the rockbare puffin, mure, and gull colonies. At the bottom are tide pools filled with barnacles and colorful starfish and bright green anenomae. We explored the pools in the cold wind with cold feet underwater. This inspired Andrew to ask fir a bathroom here 1.5 mules from the public can. So Andrew and I took off steadfast in our goal. ...
... place I think it would have to be our first stop being Manzanita and Oswald West. Manzanita is a beautiful little beach town full of pottery shops, yoga studios and Friday evening outdoor markets. Does it get any better than that...
And Oswald West is just a little piece of heaven.
Well I'm gonna take Axel for one more jog along the beach as Ryan surfs these massive waves and we take in every last drop of what we can on the Oregon Coast before we make our way home.