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Yaquina Bay South Jetty

April 30, 2015

From the Yaquina Bay South Jetty, you can see all of Newport’s most prominent man-made features. The Yaquina Bay Bridge spans the water to the east. The historic Yaquina Bay Lighthouse is nestled in the trees to the northwest. And Yaquina Head Lighthouse sits regally on a jut of land to the north. There are better places in Newport to view each of these landmarks individually, but the Yaquina Bay South Jetty is uniquely positioned…

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Devils Kitchen

April 19, 2015

An online search provided inconclusive results, the text vague and photo subjects inconsistent. Wikipedia led me to an undefined page. Google Maps provided a pin that seemed wrong, so I spent more time looking. A city of Bandon map finally convinced me of the location (which coincides with Google’s map pin). What was the target of my search you ask? Haystack Rock in Coos County. I knew it was one of the Oregon coast’s trio…

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Lumbermans and Railroaders Memorial Park

March 7, 2015

I think our car has a special auto-pilot designed to seek out bodies of water. It kicked in as my husband and I turned into Lumbermans and Railroaders Memorial Park during a visit to Garibaldi. Landing at the water’s edge – or as close as our small SUV could approach – we proceeded to enjoy the fresh air, and a view of bay, beach, and bobbing boats. We never seem to tire of rippling blue…

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Depoe Bay Wayside

February 24, 2015

If you’ve travelled between Newport and Lincoln City, odds are good you’ve stopped at the Depoe Bay wayside. The ocean is right there next to the walkway that runs along Highway 101, with parking tantalizingly close. Who could resist? The weather does its part to contribute to the allure. The sun adds sparkles and enhances the vibrancy of the frothy foam lapping the rough, dark rocks below the sidewalk. Perhaps even better, stormy seas and…

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