Our Daily Sykes #138 – Sea Lion Cave Skylight

"Click to Enlarge" This, I believe, is the Oregon Coast's tourist lure, the Sea Lion Caves seen from above. It explains why the caves and its seals when seen from a protected platform in the cave (reached by elevator) do not require artificial lighting during the day. There is this large hole in the "roof." (My disclaimer is that I have never visited these caves. My father who generally loved the assigned attractions of vacations for some inscrubable reason thought this one not worthy of Dorpats on tour.)

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  1. It’s not for the faint of heart, or the faint of nose to be more specific. Seals in a cave stink! The “visitor center” there has postcard where you see seals on the shore of the cave, with orcas patrolling, very neat (never seen them myself though, the orcas).

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