Ron & Jane's Travels travel blog

Rocky Point, near Depoe Bay--see the fisherman down there?

Looking south toward Cape Foulweather

This is almost a rain forest along Otter Crest....

This is Cape Foulweather--see the gift shop atop the cliff?

See the spit of land in the far distance? That's the lighthouse...

Lunch at Mo's--Mo's has several chowder restaurants on the coast

That's one big chunk of clam....

Even at high tide the Devil's Punchbowl was pretty tame

Looking north toward Otter Crest Lodge, Cape Foulweather and Rocky Point

"Been there Done that!", but this is so beautiful it just draws you back time and time again. Enjoy!

This part of the Oregon Coast has one stupendous vista after another--The Devils Punchbowl was formed when the roof of two sea caves collapsed, creating what looks like a big punchbowl full of churning, crashing, and foaming water. As waves come in, water is caught in the circular rock formation, swirling around and spraying for some impressive displays – especially during storm season.

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