During our travels in Washington state we had the opportunity to spend a little time on the Long Beach peninsula.
Traveling from Oregon to Wasington we had to cross the Astoria–Megler Bridge that spans the Columbia River between Astoria, Oregon and Point Ellice near Megler, Washington, at 4.1 miles long, this is one long bridge.
Post Office in historic Oysterville at the north end of the peninsula
Long Beach WA has the “World’s Longest Beach”. Who knew?
One of many cranberry bogs on the Long Beach peninsula. Who knew?
Long Beach has the “world’s largest fryingpan”, again who knew?
North Head lighthouse is being renovated to resemble it’s original appearance.
Atop the cliffs of Camp Disappoinment are not one but two lighthouses, this is the second Cape Disappointment lighthouse that helped guide ships safely toward shore in an area known as the “Graveyard of the Pacific”, where more than 2000 ships and 700 lives have been lost since the late 1700’s.
Ft. Columbia State Park on the banks of the Columbia river. In the early 1900’s until after WWII Fort Columbia was the scene of much military activity. In 1950 the US military declared the fort surplus and transferred it into the custody of the state of Washington
Former Barricks, Admin Building, commissioned and commanding offices quarters.
My morning view outside the RV windshield this morning at the Oceana RV park in Long Beach WA.
We have the opportunity to travel to and experience life on the Oregon coast for a few weeks this summer, just a little of what we have seen.
Cape Creek Bridge north of Florence OR near the Hecta Head lighthouse.
One of many small coves along Oregon’s coast.
Devil’s Punchbowl at low tide.
The Lewis and Clark trail ended at Seaside OR. Who knew?
Hectra Head Lighthouse north of Florence OR.