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... and at the tip of all this is an old worn lighthouse, built in the 1870's. The peninsula is basically treeless and so is subject to incredible winds. (Down by the beach, the winds weren't an issue.) The place is known for its bountiful tide pools, which yield urchins and starfish and the like. We know them well, and hoped to see them, but it was high tide and the pools were covered. Instead we saw harbor seals playing around the sea above the future pools. Then, ...
... Siletz River. People were swimming and crabbing. It was 55 degrees so I'd rather be crabbing.... Not that I haven't swam in cold weather, but that's usually in hot springs. Near Depoe Bay, we stopped at the Boiler Bay overlook to seek grey whales, which are resident year-round in these parts. There was nothing but cold and wind until I gave up. As I was saying, "Let's get a campsite and look somewhere else," a whale spouted in the shallow kelp-filled ...
We moved the short distance here this morning, got a nice pull-thru site with full hookups, and Zach and I took off to walk on the beach after lunch.
Despite it being a cool and windy day, we thoroughly enjoyed sitting and watching the waves, and walking through the surf, taking pictures, watching the kites being flown by others on the beach and talking. So glad we moved here for the day!
Today is about scenic beauty at a very leisurely pace. We started later today at 9.15am and only had to travel about an hour before we had 105 minutes of free time. We went for a walk around the town and thought it really quaint. We first went around the fishing section of the town as the main support the town received was from fishing and lumber. When walking around the wharf we saw 3 seals in the harbour area ...
... route 138 and then 38. I know I was grateful to re-join a quiet two lane road. This particular one followed the beautiful, wide, evergreen lined Umpqua River which took us all the way to the coast.
We joined up on the coastal highway 101 at Reedsport and began seeing huge sand dunes along the sides of the road. The dunes eventually made way for ...
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