More of the Oregon pacific ocean coast


The weather here along the Oregon coast is absolutely delightful. The warmest we have seen was about 72°. It gets down into the 50s or 60s at night. We are truly enjoying our trip.
Pictured below is our Geraldine three. Our mode of transportation for this trip and hopefully many more. In the background is the Umpqua River lighthouse. One of the first if not the first along the Oregon coast.

As you can see from the sign below, this lighthouse been here a long, long time.

Below are two images of the Oregon Sand Dunes. They run for several miles along the coast here in Central Oregon.

That is 30 for this morning. We hope you are enjoying our blog. Feel free to comment.

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Traveling photographer of scenic, wildlife, birds, wild flowers and other things that interest me.
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4 Responses to More of the Oregon pacific ocean coast

  1. simplykimcox says:

    Hi there! This is Kim from Ohio. We met at the dump and water station (I had the cat tank on). You let me pet Mittens! I am at the library in Florence doing some work and thought I would check out your blog. I love your pictures-you are a very good photographer! I hope the three of you stay safe! Enjoy the coast. God Bless!

    • ozarksphotos says:

      It was great to meet you. Mittens really liked you!

      We are now in Renton for a few days. Hope to go up to Whidbey island after the fourth.

      Thank you for the kind comment on our images. More of them at OzarksPhotos.com.

  2. ginny says:

    30 for this morning? 30 pics…I can only pull four….what am I doing wrong?

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