Ecola Creek Lodge
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... br> Ridiculous American sweetly shop with everything you can imagine and a manufacturing plant adjacent.
Back to the hotel for a sunbathing afternoon.
Very windy but hot sun hence panda eyes.
Haystack rock 235ft tall and one of the largest coastal monoliths in the world.
Beach 5mls long
... from the hotel is a cute little wooden pub and whilst the sun was still high in the sky we thought it would be rude not to stop for a quick drink in the beer garden. We had a lovely view across the park and over to the beach. Lovely spot for a cheeky bevvie!
When we got to the beach right in front of the hotel there was a bench with our names on it and we had the perfect spot to watch the sunset. Not long after a massive sweep of cloud started to come in from ...
... the rest of us!
So off to Ecola State Park located just north of Cannon Beach. It definitely is a playground of sea-sculptured rocks, sandy shoreline, green headlands and panoramic views. Close by was a great viewing point for the Tillamook Rock Light Station, a mile or so off the coast. It is so far off, that I almost missed it entirely. What happened to the good old days when ...
... of a home on main street. Tee-hee.
One thing about the Oregon coast is how favorable the climate is for plants and flowers. We admire some of the local ...
... a cow moo-ing by projected through a loud speaker on car driving round the village. Eventually an announcement explains that this is the regular test for the tsunami warning system. (The moo-ing continues followed by the repeated announcement.) The next day we discover that this happens EVERY MORNING. I loved the logic that bovine sounds were the most calming and least panic inducing ...