The first day after flying into Portland and arriving at our little fishing cabin, we stayed close and rested except for a short trek to see a waterfall.
Three miles beyond us on a gravel road was the Silver Falls. Hiking to the falls was so enjoyable. Breathing the fresh air and watching my hubby lift a large tree with one hand was impressive.
(I hope you know that is a joke!)
Though we could not see them, we could hear many seals on the rocks below. During the summer months, we were told that fog is a common occurrence on the coast of Oregon.
I particularly enjoyed seeing the different types of trees and foliage. So different from Southeastern coastal areas where I grew up.
Lighthouses are one of my favorite manmade things. It has been an enjoyable thing for my husband and I - over the last few years - to hunt down as many as we can find.
This is the lighthouse at Cape Arago.
Sunset Bay was a popular place the day we visited. There was even a wedding going on that afternoon in the north corner of the bay.
|Charleston, Oregon's marina is a delightful plethora of shrimp and fishing boats & sailboats.|
|Sitting on the rock of the bay|
Today we chose to stay at the cabin, rest, read, nap, and relax.
Click HERE to watch what I saw and heard today while relaxing.
God bless. Good night from Oregon.