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Cape Blanco Lighthouse sits on the most western point of Oregon.  Built in 1870, the lighthouse has survived years of howling winds that continually blow across the bluff.  Parking is available at the lighthouse, but we chose a 4.5 mile loop trail that led us across the beach, then back along the forested cliffs.

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A breathtakingly beautiful day for a hike along the Oregon Coast.

 

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A lone seagull watches over the shore at Oregon’s Harris Beach State Park.

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The Cape Disappointment Lighthouse stands on a bluff in Washington State above the north side of the Columbia River.  First lit in 1856 remains the oldest functioning Lighthouse on the West Coast.

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The rusted remains of  the Peter Iredale, a four-masted steel sailing ship that ran aground in 1906, are still visible on the shore of Fort Stevens State Park in Oregon.

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Heceta Head Lighthouse stands 56 feet tall and is one of eleven lighthouses that dot the Oregon Coast.  First lit in 1894, it continues to shines today with a beam visible for 21 nautical miles.

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This Highland Cow struck such a model pose that it left me wondering if they are trained to do so…or was I just lucky?

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A sunny day along the banks of Loch Lomond.

The West Highland Way in Scotland reveals breathtakingly beautiful scenery for those who dare to lace up their boots and make the trek.  Beginning in Milngavie, just outside Glasgow, the trail stretches 96 miles north to the town of Fort William, offering a memorable journey into the Scottish Highlands.

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