I am combining 2 stops into one blog. When I was in North Bend/Coos Bay and Brookings, Oregon it was grey and rainy a good bit of the time.
The first couple of times that I saw sea stacks in the haze I thought they were magical and mystical -
But after seeing them like this for many days, it became much less magical! The picture below was taken on a day that it tried to clear up!
I suppose that it is like this so much that people just get out anyway. I’m trying to learn to do that, but it’s hard!
I went to Bandon, OR one day and enjoyed the town and the beach very much. Next time I’m in the area I would like to stay in this town. Bandon Beach had a Wildlife preserve that was great. There were birds, seals, sea lions, sea stacks and sea life.
I went to Cape Arago State park one day and happened to be at the tide pools the same day a class was there. What a great field trip. But too many people for me. I went to the other side of the cove until they left.
In the picture above there are hundreds of seals and sea lions.
I also drove down to California and saw the redwoods, but I enjoyed it so much that I decided to camp there for a few days so I’ll save those pictures for my next blog.