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Sunday, 01 November 2015



one of my favorite drives, down the coast of Oregon...those tsunami signs crack me up!

Soo @ hungryones

That's a nice trip! Liking seeing all the cool trees and Haystack Rock. I gotta go on a road trip up there someday...


That crab sandwich and chowder look delicious


We were in Cannon Beach 3 years ago and enjoyed clam chowder at Ecola Seafoods. Whenever I see Haystack Rock, I think of the movie, "The Goonies".

Would love to visit Oregon again...

Ed (from Yuma)

Yes, Soo and Jack. it is beautiful. For us, the fact that the coast there is so various makes it an easy and fascinating day trip.

Agreed, Jason; tourist favories really nicely prepared.

Cannon Beach is a favorite, very pretty and a friendly beach. Alot of good chowder on the coast. But I couldn't dine at a place named Ecola - sounds too much like a cross between ebola and e-coli. But that's just how my brain works.


I actually thought of that too, haha.

Ed (from Yuma)

After I posted that I googled the word and it is a state park just north of Cannon Beach.


OMG, razor clams!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Beautiful picture of the rock.
Wish I would have stopped every time I drove by it.

Ed (from Yuma)

Yeh, billy, what a treat. And that much dungeness is special too.

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