Sunday, October 15, 2006

Scenery, as promised.

Oregon's coastline is some of the most beautiful 304 miles in the world (320 driving miles on hwy 101). We visited the central Oregon coast, hitting the highlights in Newport, Depot Bay, Cape Foulweather, Devil's Bunch Bowl, and Lincoln City (we came home via hwy 18 & hwy 22 stopping at Spirit Mountain Casino for dinner and a picture of the sunset to conclude the day). It was around 70 degrees (Fahrenheit), which is phenomenal for a late October day. No rain, and only mild wind. So, that is all the narration for this photos i will give , they speak for themselves (oh i have to add that all of these pictures were taken from ground level).

7 comments:

Carmi said...

I'm breathless. I can see why you chose 'em: just spectacular. Makes me want to be there. Right now.

Carmi said...

Where are my manners? Popped by from Michele's. And from my blog. But I'd be here anyway, because your vision rocks.

Hey Cheater! said...

We can only see such scenic views in the tube from my part of the urbanised world.

you lucky people!

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

GORGEOUS Pictures!!! Oregon is truly gorgeous and you could do a whole calender on the beauty of your state....Glorious, my dear...JUST Glorious!

BTW: Glad you like George...me too! (lol). I'll be posting quite a few more of George and other goodies, too...in a few days....I'll try to remember to let you know...But, I may forget!(OY!)

Eliyahu ben Avraham vaSarah said...

Man, I miss the West Coast sometimes.. nice photos!

Melanie said...

Oh wow! Those are gorgeous pictures! I must get out to the west coast sometime to see for myself!

Hi - visiting from Michele's

David said...

great pics