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We took a while getting packed up in the morning, for we knew looming just around the bend was the intense hill to the lookout we had flew down the night before. Fast forward half an hour... Perched on the lookout, our view was obscured by a dense wall of conifers, so we decided to try one of the hikes to a lookout. We unfortunately picked the harder of the two, straight down the embankment ...
We left our chilly beachy RV tent site in Florence with glee and headed north towards Lincoln City, OR. We thought it would be rude not to see the Heceta Head Lighthouse (supposedly one of the most photographed places in the U.S.) It was still very foggy. I think this trip actually rewards you for sleeping in till noon, unfortunately we had an early start so fog it was for the first part of the day (and most of the days before and after this) Just when my ...
... off and builds along the Oregon coast. This has expanded the cost out, almost a quarter mile over the last 100 years, and unearthed amazing fossils trapped in the rock.
The Oregon Coast demonstrates the amazing balance between the earth, the ocean and time, which create an amazing habitat for all types of wonderful life forms.
... that the elevator that goes down to the cave was out of order so we didn't get to see that hidden part of the sea lions life :(We drove through Historic Newport which offered views of multiple fishing vessels and canneries then headed out to The Devils Punch Bowl. This is a rock formation which, at the right time of day, spouts ocean water into the air ... but we were there at low tide so no luck in seeing the spouting rock. We hope you enjoy ...
... We headed down from Ecola Park into the town of Cannon Beach (named for a cannon that washed up on the beach in 1846). The town is full of character and even the newer homes have been built to look like shingled seaside New England houses. We followed the main road through town, had a moment of panic when we sailed past the sign that said "return to highway" but continued on and discovered the road joined the highway again in several spots. Phew - navigator ...