2014 Goonies Celebration
Vintage trailers gather at the Sou’Wester Lodge in Seaview WA
Fun with Legos, model trains, and a celebration of railroad history.
Summer is a great time to visit the Farmers Markets. Have you been to Ilwaco yet?
Thanks to the volunteers of the Haystack Rock Awareness Program. Also to Friends of the Haystack Rock Awareness Program for use of some of the stills.
Fun camping gadgets at the Teardrops of Oregon and Washington Gathering.
Say “cheese” when you’re in Tillamook, Oregon.
When you can’t get to the beach, try the Oregon Zoo.
500,000 riders- one trolley!
We’ll have more videos coming from fans of Teardrop Trailers and other fun ways to see the Northwest coast.
It’s impossible to leave without something special. Had a great salmon crepe and some amazing cookies. The cookies were some kind of chocolate spice. The spicy flavor only got more intense after the first bite. Like the buskers, too.
You don’t need real fancy gear to collect great memories. This one was pulled together using some of my favorite photos I took for squidknot.com; the editing was done on iMovie which you may have downloaded for free. Editing on the app is drag and drop.
The 12th annual Clean Water Classic surfing competition is the largest continuously run Pro/Am competition in the Pacific Northwest. The weekend includes great surfing, live music, movie showings, a vendor village, silent auction and is a fundraiser for the Pacific Northwest Chapters of the Surfrider Foundation.
Yep, it’s like a crazy kaleidoscope from inside the top of the Umpqua River Lighthouse. If you suffer from vertigo, this might not be the place for you. If you look closely, the beach and surrounding hillside appear as if in a fun house mirror. Great spot with lots to do nearby.
Cranberry Beach is on the Long Beach peninsula. Be sure to check all the rules and regulations before you go. Happy clamming!
Battery Point Lighthouse and Museum is at the foot of A Street in Crescent City, California. This is an active lighthouse that serves as a private aid to navigation. The Lighthouse was first lit with oil lamps on December 10, 1856