Newport Belle Bed & Breakfast
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... made the effort to paint some nice murals along the sidewalk hoardings which added a bit of colour. We joined a gaggle of other visitors watching the harbour sea lions lazing on a series of floating rafts clearly provided for their benefit. Noisy beasts and pretty pushy when they want a space to lie out - if one manages to launch his way onto a raft another inevitably slips off and ends up swimming around looking for a space where he might make it onto ...
... a short walk to the Cape Blanco lighthouse. It's a rugged and beautiful spot, the westernmost point in Oregon and southernmost lighthouse.
Another picturesque Oregon lighthouse is found at Bullard's Beach State Park. The Coquille River Light was built in 1896 and functioned through the 1930s.
... of the town). Was a beautiful day for photos of the Oregon Coast and saw several whales spouting and rolling - one photo of what you get with that - again, they don't pose well! Did some biking along the harbor too and got this Osprey light pole. The other Osprey was on the creek, way above the shore and a very bright day.
Enjoy the array of photos and will see a lot of you next week at home.
Love and Hugs, Charlie and Marilyn
... getting dinner we stopped off at Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area where we saw sea lions basking in the afternoon sunshine.
After a quick stock up and browse through Walmart (massive) we watched the sunset behind a layer of horizon clouds. A fire and dinner of BBQ wieners and a compulsory smore, saw us into bed early as it was very cold and we needed to catch up on some ...
... it was lighting a favorite place if ours, Yaquina Head. This cape is maintained by the BLM so our federal land pass got us in like VIPs. Yaquina is called an "outstanding natural area" by the BLM. It is that. A stunning lighthouse sits in the windy cape. The cape is surrounded by rocky haystacks absolutely covered with squaking colonies of mures and gulls. Andrew climbed rocks on the beach and did a fine impression of the birds. To the north is a ...