We spent several nights away from home! Crazy. Using a rental near Yachats with ocean views as our base, we headed out prepared for whatever the winter weather would throw at us. We brought our meals and snacks, and books and cards in case the weather kept us on the dry side of the picture window. As is often the case here in Oregon, we got all the weather, and managed to explore some interesting and unfamiliar parts of the coast in between rounds of ocean storm-watching. We stopped at Finley National Wildlife Refuge on the way there, and at Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge on the way home. And we pulled over at turnouts, vista points, and roadside parks from Florence to Cape Meares, often following trails leading down to the ocean.
Nancy’s blog posts about this trip are here (Days 1-3) and here (Day 4).
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2 thoughts on “Oregon Coast, January 2022”
hermit thrush is AMAZING photo. Those bridges sure are something. But my heart belongs to the sea lions. Keep up the good work A xoxox
Thanks, Mer. Years ago we were up at Morro checking them out, and watched a birth. They’ve felt like family ever since. As long as I don’t think about slugs….