Ever since we began traveling in an RV in the fall of 2009 we have seen a lot of beautiful natural sights. It would be difficult for us to name the single most beautiful place we have seen. There have been so many, but at the top of the list would be Glacier National Park, the Canadian Rockies and the Pacific Coast along Oregon.
And the real estate. Some of these homes are on bluffs overlooking the Pacific and can best be described as costing a whole lot of money.
We have had some great seafood and delicious ice cream.
So here are photos of some of the scenery we have passed by.
Just outside of Astoria, Oregon we visited the Lewis and Clark
National Historic Park and walked through a replica of Fort Clatsop in which the expedition spent four long months in the winter.
The baby stroller is not an artifact
In so many places along the Oregon coast you can see masses of stone rising from the water. We remarked how dangerous this coast was during the early days of shipping and whaling. It is still dangerous today, but sonar and good maps make it a lot safer.
This natural feature is called Devil's Churn because as high tide comes in large flumes of water are ejected into the air. Too bad we did not get to see this happen.
Tomorrow we head to Medford,Oregon. Stay tuned.