We spent a couple of days on the Oregon Coast. Here are some pics from that trip ...
|Looking South from the lodge on the beach.|
Canon Beach, Oregon
|Looking North from the lodge.|
|Iconic Haystack Rock|
Yes, that's a person, below and with a yellow jacket.
|View of Haystack from the beach,|
looking to the North.
|Way down the beach, looking North,|
yes, shadow is mine. :-)
|Keeping the lawn clipped at the lodge|
|This guy wasn't afraid at all!|
|Looking South along the beach from Ecola State Park|
|From Ecola State Park, looking South|
Coast Range mountains to the left.
Haystack way down there.
|Ecola Park picnic area.|
Looking to the West and out to the Pacific
Next land ... Japan?
|Driving out of Ecola Park|
Sunbeams breaking through after a heavy rain.
|Not our usual view of the Olympic Mountains|
but one from Camano Island, north of Seattle.
November 18th 5:41 PM
|Olympic Mountains from Seattle|
Clouds breaking before sunset
November 7th 4:35 PM
|Ship traffic in Puget Sound|
Two Brothers Mountain in the distance.
November 7th 4:36 PM
|November 10th 4:34 PM|
Sunset over the Sound
A Postcard for the Weekend
We've been thinking about a postcard to include in this post for Maria's Postcards for the Weekend. Thanks to Maria for hosting. This week the theme is "Anything you wish." The card we are sharing is a very old one: Rain in the Face, Sioux Warchief. Here is part of what Wiki has to say about him: "Rain-in-the-Face (c. 1835 – September 15, 1905) was a Warchief of the Lakota tribe of Native Americans. His mother was a Dakota related to the band of famous Chief Inkpaduta." Biography is here.
|Rain in the Face|
Copyright 1904 by F A Rinehart
|Back of the unused card.|