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It’s your turn! :-)

Posted by Jody on September 6, 2012

One of my favorite getaway strands is Cannon Beach on the Oregon Coast! The seashore’s soft golden sand is often strewn with driftwood, and awe inspiring Haystack Rock (towering 235 feet above the beach) lends Cannon Beach an amazing natural backdrop.

Looking toward Cannon Beach from Ecola State Park, Oregon

It’s your turn!  🙂 What are your Oregon Coast must-dos? Do you have a great hidden beach? How about a favorite beachcombing spot? Sunset perch? Tidepool cove?

I’m all ears!

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5 Responses to “It’s your turn! :-)”

  1. emesereka said

    I remember Cannon beach… it is beautiful! I cannot pick a favorite at the moment, I love all of the Oregon beaches I’ve visited…. love the tide pools around Cape Perpetua; also Devil’s Churn is an amazing sight (and sound)…..

    • Jody said

      Oooooh. Devil’s Churn sounds interesting! & We’ll see if we can catch the tide pools at low tide on our next visit. We’re heading up to the coast next month. So much to see… Thank you so much for your suggestions!

  2. Marianne said

    Such a beautiful place. I’ve never been to Oregon, but I have a cousin who lives there. There is certainly a dramatic effect to this photograph.

    Blessings,
    Marianne

  3. Greg said

    Newport is my favorite spot so far. It has a wide variety of sites to see. There are two lighthouses, a really quaint fishing village, and a neat drive up the river to antique stores. The beach is great, too.

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