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Travel Blogs from Lincoln City
... 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 ...
... of the hill and walking into the park on foot. We watched harbor seals bask in the sun on the rocks below while thousands of various sea birds perched on the cliffs above. We even spotted a large peregrine falcon, which a ranger was kind enough to point out and let us view from her telescope. After snagging a campsite at Beverly Beach State Park, we took ourselves to Newport for an afternoon of lazing about. While it was super sunny, it was far too windy for ...
Oregon coastline. Our first stop was in
Brookings, just over the CA/OR state line.
We did a little touring along the coast but it was mostly foggy and hard
to see much. One place we stopped was
Port Orford, an old fishing village without a harbor. All of the fishing boats have to be lifted
out of the water, up onto the land. When
we got back to the campground, Bruce started to ...
We then drove approximately 115 mile to the trail head of Cascade Head Preserve. This hike will go down as one of the coolest hike of the trip. The Nature Conservancy Lower Head trail was around 4.5 mile round trip, moderate to strenuous in difficulty and easy in technicality. The difficulty and vista views are what make this hike so special. The trail to the vista is much ...
... the hook! Only downside was we missed the great view of Haystack Rock - which is kind of THE Oregon coast landmark - but we did see it again from further away when we pulled into a rest area.
The highway continued south through numerous tiny seaside towns and past many, many state and county parks. Just outside of Wheeler, we encountered what we think was a Coast Guard training exercise. Several people had stopped at the side of the road to watch and ...