On the Oregon coast, if it’s not raining, you’d better be outside enjoying it; regardless of what color the sky is.
Don and Bill had some work to do in Cape Perpetua Campground. I stole away to enjoy the ocean for a little bit.
Whale Watching volunteers are out all along the Oregon coast this week.
Just look for the Whale Watching Spoken Here signs. This one is at Cook’s Chasm.
I get bored unless I can see the whales up close so I walked down the paved pathway to get a closer look at the Spouting Horn.
There was a couple who spent a lot of time on that rock. That’s a little too close to the action for me.
Watching the ocean heave all that water into the chasm, push out through the horn with a woosh, and splash onto the rocks with a boom is thrilling at a distance.
When the water smoothed out you could see all the logs in there; dangerously beautiful.
Another couple came walking up the stairway. Well, he came walking up while she kept turning around and watching.
When she finally got up to where I was I told her, “It’s hard to walk away isn’t it?” She said that he wants to walk and she could just watch this all day long. It really is hard to walk away!