This has been quite some trip. I would have to say that the Oregon coast has so much to see that Kim an I are constantly saying to each other that this must be the most fabulous view/place on the trip, but of course it never is. It just keeps getting better and better.
I guess that I shouldn’t be surprised that there are seals everywhere–but I am.
The cold 40 mile per hour north winds made for some interesting blowing sand on the Oregon Sand Dunes National Park.
I bet that you knew that in all that desolation I would find some beach driftwood to photograph.
How about a foggy, rainy morning barn? Nice, eh?
And finally a great, great walk through a park with 11 waterfalls!!!
This place is truly a paradise on earth. Now if it would just warm up a bit it would be perfect.
Ok, I can’t help myself. One more photo of an old stair way into an abandoned lighthouse.
I just lov all your photos! Looks like you guys are having a fabulous vacation! ! ❤️
Thanks. We are having a fabulous time. Oregon is even more beautiful than I remembered.
Love the stairway in particular. I’m having all the travel envy.
Thanks. It was just a grab shot that worked out nicely. You will be leaving on your trip soon enough.
Nice, really nice, but you are going to have to photoshop the “curve” sign out of your foggy, rainy, morning barn picture!
Remind me to tell you about harbor seals in San Diego when you get back.
Hi to Kim.
Pete, you seem like a kid in a candy store in this environment. So happy for you. Can’t wait to see more of your pics when we see you in July! ❤️❤️❤️
Thanks. It has been quite a good vacation.
Such a cool trip!