When we last left you on this long drawn out travel log we were at Otter Point State Recreation Site, near Gold Beach, Oregon. The post was over 6 weeks ago, and NOTE THAT we are NOT in Oregon today, our visit was on June 3, 2013. I know, I know. But, I still want to record our trip, so, here ya go.
We pulled out at most of the overlooks. And, Sony Too and I took photos, tons and tons of photos, this one is looking south.
We try to catch the "overall" view with panoramic, it is too big, we fail, but, we share anyway:
Back on the road, heading north to Port Orford:
Battle Rock, named for the historic battle that took place at Battle Rock where the Qua-to-mah Native Americans fought Capt. William Tichenor's men in 1851.
Sadly, we did not wander out on the hiking path.
Again, looking south from the park, looks the same, looks different, every view takes away your breath.
This was about the only whale we saw the entire trip. Our timing was off, the whales had already left for their northern journeys.
This fella gave me the look, didn't he??
Our next stop was the Port Orford Lifeboat Station Museum.