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A personal highlight for me at Sea Perch was that I found two gorgeous pieces of rather large and heavy driftwood and as Jon was not able to use his usual objection of no room I stashed them aboard and will proudly show them off in the Danville garden. Those who know me well will of course correctly assume that quite a few water sculpted rocks also were stowed aboard.
generations ago. The fiery globe faded into the sea as we watched from an old
stone lookout hundreds of feet above the crashing ocean waves at the sunset.
The following day we took a trip down to the beach to see
the tide pools we heard so much about.
The Oregon coast consists of igneous rock called basalt created from cooled
lava millions of years ago. The ocean ...
... left long beach and drove on southwards and crossed the border to Oregon State. Fabulous coastal views all day. Long deserted beaches and blue seas on our right, and forests of trees on the left. It was like this for the next 100 miles.
This was a Sunday and the last day of the Labour Day holiday here. Schools go back on Tuesday so ...
... starving in the morning. We relaxed. It started to finally warm up, so everyone headed over to the creek. Holden and Aiden were anxious to get in the water. They played with several other kids in the creek, searching for crawfish. Later that afternoon, we headed back home, but made a small pit stop along a river. It was really cool. You could jump in and the current would take you downstream a little ways, like a water ride. ...
... the Sea Lion Cave, complete with gift store. We aren't usually attracted to these kinds of stops, but today we went for it. We bought our ticket and took an elevator down the equivalent of 20 floors to the inside of a cave where many sea lions were congregated. I thought we'd be behind a roped off area, but we were actually behind a grate of sorts. The camera lens fit through the bars so you ...
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