Central Oregon Coastline in pictures

Thursday, August 3rd ~ Central Oregon Coastline

Old Harbor, Bandon by the Sea

Old Harbor ~ Bandon, Oregon

Today we traveled from Bandon by the Sea to Newport, Oregon along Highway 101. Here are a few highlights from our day: 

Face Rock

Face Rock

Face Rock

In case you can not see the face in the rock, here is what you are looking for

In case you can not see the face in the rock, here is what you are looking for

Coquille River Lighthouse ~ 1896

Lighthouse

Coquille River Lighthouse

Tim and Joanne sitting near the lighthouse

Tim and Joanne sitting near the lighthouse

Oregon Dunes Recreation Area – Near Coos Bay

Sand Dunes

Sand Dunes

Sea Lion Cave ~ Florence, Oregon (The largest sea caves in the world). Unfortunately all of the sea lions were out looking for food and the cave was empty.

Sea Lion Caves entrance

Sea Lion Caves entrance

Sea Lion Cave

Sea Lion Cave

Heceta Head Lighthouse

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Heceta Head Lighthouse

Cape Perpetua Scenic Area with Thor’s Well and Spouting Horn, and Devils Churn

Wave is building up

Wave is building up

Good splash

Good splash

Spouting Horn

Spouting Horn

GRATITUDE MOMENT: Today I am grateful for our police officers and firemen who continually put their lives on the line to protect us and our possessions. A most sincere THANK YOU for all you do.

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About Tim and Joanne Joseph

Hi and welcome! We are Tim and Joanne Joseph and we have just embarked on our "next chapter". At a stage in life where traveling the world, taking pictures, and sharing our adventures with friends and family will be our dream come true.
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18 Responses to Central Oregon Coastline in pictures

  1. smiller257 says:

    We visited the Oregon Coast 2 years ago, it was a great trip. I love travel.

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  2. James Scott says:

    Awesome photos, what rugged coastline

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  3. Fabio says:

    Fantastic! You folks have a safe trip! Thank you!

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  4. Beautiful images.
    Happy Trails

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  5. Many happy childhood memories… Sorry the sea lions weren’t in when you stopped by. Did it still stink to high heaven?

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  6. jhowens614 says:

    I’m loving all of your photos from this trip (and am very envious!) The Oregon Coastline is one of my top U.S. destinations that I want to visit. I’ve got to get over there soon!

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    • Oh how I hope you can get to Oregon, and sooner rather than later. There is sooooo much to enjoy here. We are just getting started exploring this beautiful state. Hoping to show off a few more places on our way back south later this month. Stay tuned!

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  7. RuthsArc says:

    The photo of the old harbour is stunning. I’m learning so much from your blog. Oregon looks and sounds like a lovely part of your vast country.

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  8. I love that picture of the old harbour. Really atmospheric.

    http://www.mytravelbugbite.wordpress.com

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  9. daveply says:

    I’ve been enjoying your posts on your Oregon/Washington passage. It’s always a little more fun when I’ve actually seen a lot of the places folks write about.

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