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Home Travel Guide Scrapbook Scrapbook Oregon Coast with CW

Oregon Coast with CW

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A Coastal Romp with Sukuma
...from the journals of CW Bryant.

 

 

The Oregon Coast is part of the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway.
My dog pal, Sukuma and I had the best time.

 

 

Marine Gardens at Otter Rock is great for tide pooling, as is most of the Oregon coast.
Check out the Harbor seals on the rocks at Cobble beach -- Sukuma wants to play!

 

These volcanic basalt formations are just awesome and
they're scattered up and down the Oregon coast.

 

Historic Yaquina Head Lighthouse is considered one of the
most beautiful lighthouses in America.

 


The coastal winds keep my kite flying high.

 


Located in Cape Perpetua, a temperate rain forest is a
huge crevice, appropriately named
Devil's Churn

 

 
Stretching 40 miles along the coast is the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.

 

The wildlife refuge at Simpson Reef and Shell Island is popular
with a variety of seals, sea lions, sea birds, and whales.

 

 
The Oregon coast boasts beautiful sunsets and quaint fishing villages.


CW's Journal takes you on an adventure through the eyes of a 13 year old--packed full of
fun and exciting activities from many locales. The vacation details at the end of the journal
offer the practical information you'll need to plan your own trip.

Travel with CW and Sukuma along the beautiful Oregon Coast
in the Fall/Winter '99 issue...

>>Read Article>>
 

Where is Alyx?


Alyx is near the 10,677-ft elevation of this Ski Resort offering awesome views and super ski slopes. Where is she? Click here to find out.

Tips, Tricks & Tactics

Camping the Great Outdoors
...ideas to consider

   "Since that first camping trip, all of our trips have been only partially planned, with itineraries set more as ideas than as fixed schedules.  We usually take each day one at a time, and do whatever feels right for that particular day.  Slowing down to smell the roses has never been so sweet as when we travel with our two kids!"  -- David, Westminster, MD

 Take it from David, there's a time to plan and a time to take one day at a time.

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