We're at the southern tip of the rugged and extraordinarily beautiful Oregon coast. And site A20 has a killer view of the water.
Out our back door:
It's a perfect spot
Time for a walk. The beach trail wends its way out of the campground and steeply down toward the beach.
The scale is impossible to capture. Those are cars down there, at a day-use parking area.
It seems like a different planet.
In the tidepools, sea anemones hold tightly to the rocks, an otherworldly color.
The tide is out, lucky for us.
We look for treasures among the detritus near shore.
And meet a nice guy, a manager for a cable company who was transferred here to Brookings. He's happy about that. Brookings grows 75% of US-grown Easter lily bulbs and ships worldwide.
This is a glorious beach.
Back to camp before night falls...
I loved seeing the starfish and the different colors.ReplyDelete
Aren't they something?! Thanks for the good response, Debbie...ReplyDelete