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One Word Sunday Challenge: Lookout

Debbie over at Travel With Intent blog has a One Word Sunday Challenge and her topic this week is Lookout.

Cape Foulweather, Oregon (South of Depoe Bay):  In 1928, Wilbur S. and Florence Badley gave the land on Cape Foulweather to the state of Oregon with provisions that the state not allow concessions on the property, the sale of merchandise or the erection of buildings on the land. The state was to maintain the viewpoint for the public. Adjoining the tract, the Badleys built a small souvenir shop called “The Lookout,” from which many thousands of souvenirs have been dispensed over the years. The state has maintained a large parking lot at this viewpoint for many years, and most recently acquired “The Lookout” gift shop December of 2013.

Cape Foulweather Oregon overlooking the gift shop. (looking north)

Cape Foulweather Oregon looking south.

Cape Foulweatje, Oregon looking out. This photo is basically the top left quarter of the photo above zoomed in.  Notice the people looking at the tide pools with the low tide.

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Cee

16 replies »

  1. What a wonderful viewpoint Cee – many thanks to the Bradleys.
    And thanks to you Cee for bringing us such a great image. The cropped shot is fantastic – such detail and such clarity

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