Our Daily Sykes Our Daily Sykes #258 – The Oregon Coast January 29, 2011 pdorpat 2 Comments We have named this "Oregon Coast" because it looks like Oregon more than Washington, and judging from his Kodachrome responses it was the coast of his home state, Oregon, that Horace Sykes visited most often. Slim evidence, surely. But headlands like the one pointing to China are as unique as fingerprints and easier to read. Someone, we hope, will know it. Or take the time to try a Googlecopter trip from the Columbia River to Crescent City, California. They cannot miss it. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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This is taken from the top of Cape Foulweather, between Depoe Bay and Newport. The headland in the distance is Yaquina Head.
Thanks much Jeff.
I did take a Googlecopter ride down the coast. Perhaps I went to quickly. And I do remember Yaquina Head, and stopped at the lighthouse. And what a fair head is foulweather.