Aug 21, 2007

Cape Perpetua

Another beautiful scene on the Oregon coast.

Cape Perpetua

"Situated between Newport and Florence along Highway 101, Cape Perpetua continually draws visitors with incredible views, magnificent forests, and all-out beauty in many forms. Encompassing approximately 2700 acres of land, the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area boasts twice the botanical mass, per square acre, as the Amazon jungle in South America."

14 comments:

  1. I love this part of the country. Only been there once and absolutely loved it. It was March and the tourist were not around, the mist and fog were thick and the whales were migrating!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I appreciate it.

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  2. I can honestly say I never knew Oregon was so beautiful. (OR maybe it's just your pictures that are so.) Great angle taken on a great pic Faye.

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  3. Gorgeous, simply gorgeous. I love this area and spent many a happy vacation in that area. We loved to ride the dune buggies around Florence.

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  4. Just getting to your site and i thought i would check your blog out, seeing we live so close to each other.And since Roseburg is my home town which my husband and i lived there for almost 40 yrs before moving to Bend.Looking forward to checking your blog out.

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  5. magnifique ce paysage, avec le lac qui se fond avec le ciel. bravo


    splendid this landscape, with the lake which is based with the sky. cheer

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  6. Husband and I camped here on our first night of our first camping trip. It is one of my favorite places. Yet until you told me, I didin't know that about the relative botanical mass.

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  7. I have to go there someday. It's an absolutely gorgeous photo!

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  8. Ah, now that I'm back in Sweden, here you go making me homesick for the Oregon Coast again!! Thanks for the little trivia. I had no idea there was so much botanical good compared to the Amazon jungle!

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  9. OH my!!! its breathtakingly beautiful..what a pretty state u live in,Faye :)

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  10. I imagine it will continue to entice enraptured visitors of all kinds in perpetuity.

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  11. We do live in a beautiful state don't we?

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  12. The trees are like a carpet or blanket.

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  13. another picture post card....wow.

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