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Thursday, May 31, 2007

Oregon Coast
After our trip to the Olympic National Park, we headed south to one of the most scenic byways in US - the pacific highway 101. We were praying for sun and we got lots of it.

4 mile long Megler Bridge Connecting WA and OR

Scenic Viewpoint from 101

Sand Dunes Near Cape Lookout Statepark

View from Cape Foulweather

View of 101 from Cape Perpetua

Oregon Dunes
Desert like areas can be found along the Oregon coast amidst thick evergreen vegetation. Its like the reverse of an Oasis. These are formed by the action of wind currents which lift the ocean sands and deposit them in the middle of the forest thereby creating dunes which resemble those in a desert


At 6/07/2007 5:16 PM, Blogger Shubho said...

I'm taking this trip...soon...


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