As I was reviewing the almost 200 photos I took, I realized that I felt this strip of 101 and the pulloffs were so beautiful that I needed to use the panoramic capability of Sony Too over and over again. In this post I have used 4 of those panoramas. There are some I did not share.
Here is the Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge as we leave the campground.
We drove up to Cape Sebastian Viewpoint, a bit of sea mist:
OK, let's try that from down on the 101 and looking north and up at Cape Sebastian Viewpoint (at the far right of the photo):
Meyers Creek Beach:
Now, I will admit, I would not be thrilled with all the construction materials laying around, but, I just might have campsite envy. Pretty sure it is a construction trailer, but, what a campsite this would make!
Near Arch Rock:
OOOO, wild iris, whatever, tis purple!
Looking down the beach, looking south, panoramic style:
Natural Bridges Cove, as a note, the "hiking" path along here was narrow, dirt, and a bit concerning, it felt slightly dangerous. We did not hike much further than this, saw the bridges and left.
Indian Sands Viewpoint, from above, looking north:
From sea level, just looking:
House Rock Viewpoint:
A bit different angle, same place:
Lone Ranch Beach:
In Brookings we stopped at the pier area, looked at lots of boats, had some great food, wandered around. Back in Jolly we drove by and I coerced Man into pulling into a parking lot so I could get a photo of this lighthouse, the Pelican Bay Lighthouse, a private and functional/operating lighthouse.
It has been a LONG day, we head back to camp, but, of course, we have to make just a few more stops. I'll fess up, I am not quite sure where this was, the boat was moored outside a small condo or RV park or something we wandered into. Snug Bay, what a fitting name.