A Month Of Sundays: Day 7 (#535)

Driving over 200 miles today brought me to Seal Rock Cove on the central coast of Oregon.





My campsite bordered by pines

My campsite bordered by pines







Crows were everywhere on the beach

Crows were everywhere on the beach


Newport is only 10 miles to the north.  So now I can stay for a couple of days and explore the area.

Thankful I finally made it to Oregon.



About TinCanTraveler

Born under a wand'rin' star.... living in my Winnebago, traveling the country, explorer/adventurer, photographer, writer, chi master, massage therapist, retired teacher/counselor, work camper. Appreciation for the freedom to do it all. Enjoying life's ultimate lessons of trust, respect, and grace.
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6 Responses to A Month Of Sundays: Day 7 (#535)

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Seal Rock Cove is one of my favorite places and so is Lincoln City. Enjoy my friend.

    • I have not been to Lincoln City yet. What are your favorite places?

      • Cee Neuner says:

        When you go to Lincoln City, you also need to drive back to the town of Siletz. There s a Siletz Tribal Veterans’s Memorial and Indian Cemetery that is so wonderful. Their Indian Cemetery has such life to it. Not at all like our Cemeteries. The Veteran’s Memorial is for all veterans. The drive from the coast to the town of Siletz is so beautiful. Well worth it. Here are some links I of some of the photos I’ve taken. http://ceenphotography.com/?s=siletz

        Depot Bay just south of Lincoln City, you must stop and do some wave watching. If you are there on high tide you can usually get some good photos of the blow holes. If you take the road where the street light is and turn inland, there is a US Coast Guard station in the back of the bay on the left. If you are lucky you can watch them do drills. I was there for and caught them and took tons of photos.

        A nice hidden park called Roads End (north Lincoln City). It is a great place to feed the seagulls and take wonderful photos of them. There is also an entry to the beach, little walk (especially for me), but worth it. I’ve seen seals down there too. If we stay at the beach we are usually in Newport, so we know a lot of the area.

      • Thank you so much for all this wonderful info, Cee. On my trip back I will check these out.

  2. Sher says:

    Enjoy! Looks very homey with the pines next to your RV. Nice pictures. Thanks for sharing them. Can’t wait to see more of the area. Have fun.

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