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Lovely photos ....I hope to visit your part of the world one day.
Looks like you are at The Lodge. I've stayed there.
Sarah - I hope you get the chance to see the Oregon Coast - it's spectacular!JC - Good eye!
You are right there in my stomping grounds.....I live 1-1/2 hours away. I truly can't imagine moving away from the Oregon coast.
What a beautiful day you had. I can just smell that salt air, calming, peaceful. It is such a vast stretch of beach. Perfect.
Wow, that looks sooooooo beautiful! I wanna go :D
Oh wow, that place looks amazing. I've never seen such big rocks jutting out like that, except on Discovery Channel or something.
One word, "Beautiful!"
How fun! I love the Oregon coast, have a wonderful time!♥ lori
I have always lived the East Coast. Hatteras NC with the beautiful has been my favorite experience so far. But your West Coast is so breathtakingly different. I hope I have the chance someday to head out your way. I've become a regular follower. I enjoy your blog.
Great photos! Compelled to google, it is now on the "to-do" list. Seems like it woyourself.uld be difficult NOT to enjoy.
American life is so sweet, isn't it? I am so jealous about this country! especially beautiful nature!
That what exactly earth is. Even I'm far away from Oregon Coast, but your photos helps me to visualize a peace in my eyes. I hope there are many places on earth that still shows its original beauty. Many people in my city, including me, must realize it soon before we destruct them to be business place like what I saw here.
Lydia - Lucky you!Joanne - This beach is incredibly large!Chic - The "haystacks" at Canon Beach are really something.Daisy - They're really something in the fog.Mrs. - Agreed!Lori - Different from your home, but still incredible.Lynn - I'm dying to head to your neck of the woods. I have always wanted to go to the Carolinas.Andrea - I want to live here!Charli - You won't regret a trip here, that's for sure.Sae Han - I hope you are able to travel when not in school.
I trained with Farrell's for 9 weeks in 1973 in Portland, Oregon. Didn't have any transportation so all I could do was walk around downtown Portland. Beautiful part of the country but I never did get to see the coast line. What a disappointment! ! ! Would like to go back there someday.
what a beautiful day~
wow..!!The place is breathtakingly beautiful!!Lovely..you're lucky to be there^_^
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Nice photos! The rocks remind of of an area in Canada. Hopewell, New Brunswick. That place is famous for the Hopewell Rocks on the Fundy Bay. The time between low tide and high tide is about 6 hours, and it's just an amazing natural wonder. The rocks there at low tide look like flower pots and you can walk along the beach; at high tide, the water rises about 50 feet. When I visited, I walked the beach at low tide, then kayaked the shore at high tide. Our world is amazing!
OOOOOOO, where is The Ldoge? It's so beautiful. I miss the ocean so much.
Beautiful photos. I visited that coastline in July a few years ago, and I remember it being cold but very romantic. I'm used to Florida coasts though.The unexplored life is definitely not worth living. :)
awesome ... !!! they must be lovely places
Beautiful....I wish I was at the beach right now!
So beautiful! Lucky you! I can just smell the sweetness of the salty breeze!
Beautiful!! I am envious... We are having thunderstorms HERE this weekend for a change. While it makes for great doggie raincoat pictures, I would much rather be there!:)
Oh nice! What a fabulous setting.
Are you at Canon Beach? I had a friend who lived there during the 1970's. I used to visit all the time.My sister's favorite little beach town in Yachatz, south of where it looks like you are.I can smell the air just looking at the pictures. Beautiful!
Hi everyone - Yes, this was Canon Beach on the Oregon Coast. It is just beautiful and we would just love to live here! - Reya - how lucky was your friend?We only stayed one night but would highly recommend the Oceanfront Lodge. It takes pets, is very nice, serves breakfast, and right on the most amazing beach!
I'm in northern California and the sun's been in and out today. Beautiful pictures. Makes me want to head out to the beach! (I'm new to blogging and enjoying your posts.)
Could nearly smell and breath the fresh air you must have enjoyed there. Living in a five million city, looking at those pictures helped.
well, i found your blog randomically, so i have no idea what amazing and relaxing place is this? i wish i could be there.
Beautiful.......simply beautiful shots!! I wish that you would join our "Friday Shoot-Out" gang with those awesome photographs you take.Think about it won't you? Hie me up at my blog if you're interested.Hope your weekend is filled with love, joy and laughter and.....Steady OnReggie Girl
wow!!nice photos!!i feel that cool air!!http://differenlife.blogspot.com/
Those are gorgeous pictures! What beautiful country.
The times we've gone there the fog rolls in and it's been cold. Once it even rained for two days. Your great pictures will have to serve as proof the sun does shine on the Oregon coast.
I clicked on your pictures and I heard a voice saying "Ohhhhhhh ....." and I realized it was my voice! Oh, gosh those pictures are exquisite!
Lovely pictures of the beaches. I guess you live in a beach city, lucky. I am over from Jo's.http://innergodliness.blogspot.com/
Gorgeous! I remember taking the fam down the coast from Astoria all the way to Brookings. Will never forget it. By the way, thanks for your great support. You are an encouragement and an inspiration to many. Keep up the good work!EFH
Absolutely gorgeous! I'm up in North Dakota, so this looks heavenly.
You did a wonderful job catching the moments in your pictures. I just spent a week on the midatlantic coast - very different, and also beautiful. I love the ocean.Thanks for giving me a glimpse of the other side.
These look like vacation photos... and looks like you picked a great place! lovely!!!I wish I remembered that region better... I visited the Oregon coast in summer of '87 (as well as some of B.C. and the Canadian Rockies), but that trip is kind of mixed up in my memory. I do have a clear memory of seeing grey whales from the coast during their summer migration north. Was wonderful!
WHOAH! I hope I can go there someday.. but I think its quite impossible..our worlds are just miles miles apart.. LOL The place is really awesome though..
Thank you for the AWSOME pictures! I also live in Oregon.The coast is my favorite place in the whole world! But it's been a long time since I have been able to get to the beach.
Sure looks familiar. We rented a house for a week right on the coast in August. Great time. Wonderful photos!
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