A View Off The Porch – Oregon Coast

It’s been such a long time since Poncho and I have made any trips off the estate.  Last week we finally had an opportunity to do so when we visited some friends in the Waldport area of the central Oregon coast.  What beaurtiful country!

This is the view we were greeted with every day.


Our friends have a lovely place.  And early spring is in full bloom.


A gazebo provides the perfect locale to contemplate all things.


Oregon has some really cool bridges.  This is in Waldport and it spans the mouth of Alsea Bay.


Heading back north we made a few stops to take in the awe-inspiring beauty of the Oregon Coast.  This is Seal Rock National Wayside.  Didn’t see any seals though.  The color of the Pacific Ocean was extraordinary.


Farther up the coast is this fantastic overlook just a few miles south of Cannon Beach.


And no trip to the coast is complete for me without a stop in Cannon Beach to get out and see Haystack Rock.


Of course, there has to be an “I Was Here” photo.


The weather during our trip was spectacular.  Sunshine as far as the eye could see.  It still felt crisp out on the beach, but the wind was barely blowing which made the outing all the more enjoyable.


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2 Responses to A View Off The Porch – Oregon Coast

  1. Much Older Sister says:

    Beautiful pictures. Glad the two of you got away for a short time.

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