The Pacific Ocean meets the Oregon coast only about an hour west of our house. We go there sometimes to get away from things, to enjoy some seafood, and to experience the full-on forces of weather.
|That's our hotel on the upper left.|
|There are 7 harbor seals in this photo.|
Every night the resident seals nap at the edge of the harbor.
|Carving in front of Gracies's Sea Hag, a restaurant and bar.|
Depoe Bay is a sleepy little place, not without its charms.
Cape Foulweather was the first place on the Northwest coast to be named by Cook.
True to form, Cape Foulweather delivered drama. The rain came at us, then the sun.
|On Tuesday night at sunset there was a group of Mexican kids celebrating their team's good game against Brazil in the World Cup.|
Much of the shoreline is quite rocky, and the water is cold.
Water is nature's sculptor.
This week I'm linking to Friday Shoot-Out, where you will find others posting about their beaches and shorelines. (I see that India, New Zealand, Australia, and Germany are already represented.)