Northern Oregon Coast to Washington.

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Three Arch Rock.

Our last day in Oregon was a long one, campgrounds are hard to find this far up the coast and we figured we could easily make it across the Columbia River into Washington, but there was still a bit of Oregon yet to see.

The View from Cape Mears.

Stone Art at Cape Mears Beach.

Inside the Devil’s Punchbowl. The reddish-orange color is from Lichens.

A Colony of Common Murres (A penguin like bird that can fly) at Yaquina Head.

Yaquina Head Light and Cobble Beach.

Pacific Surf.

Crossing the Columbia River at Astoria.

Sunrise on the Columbia at Lewis and Clark’s “Dismal Nitch”.

We are in Washington now and heading in a direction that we had not anticipated. Mt. St. Helens National Monument.

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