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Seal Rock State Recreation Site

August 20, 2015

If you’re looking to see many of the Oregon coast’s splendors in a single spot, head to the little community of Seal Rock, Oregon, situated north of Waldport and south of Newport. Big rocks, assorted sea stacks, a long beach, tide pools, sea birds, and sea lions – all of these adorn the swatch of shoreline at Seal Rock State Recreation Site. From the viewing area and you can see the basalt monolith labeled Elephant…

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Old Town Florence

August 10, 2015

Lakes, beaches, the river, the dunes, and the friendly community are all reasons folks choose to live or vacation in Florence. The boardwalk and ferry landing overlook are at opposite ends of charming Old Town. Each allows easy walking in an enjoyable setting and seated views of the river.

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Connie Hansen Garden

July 29, 2015

Occupying a rectangular block in the middle of an otherwise ordinary northwest Lincoln City neighborhood, the Connie Hansen Garden is a cozy park maintained by the volunteer efforts of the Connie Hansen Garden Conservancy. Walking paths bordered by mature labeled trees, many varieties of rhododendrons, and several flower beds wind around the one and a quarter acre property. A small stream trickles along the north side, spanned by wooden footbridges where it intersects the path….

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Oregon Coast Haystack Rocks

July 12, 2015

Shortly before my husband and I were married, my soon-to-be in-laws gave us a National Parks Passport booklet. Much like when you travel to another country, its small spiral-bound blank pages collected unique ink stamps from each National Park. This marketing tool banked on the allure of gathering a “set” of something to generate additional National Park visits (and stops at the Visitor Center, in particular). This strategy certainly worked for my husband and me…

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