We drove the three Capes Route. It was very scenic. My favorite was the Three Arch Rocks in the ocean which has been a National Wildlife Refuge since the early 1900s.
There was some serious road work just outside Oceanside. While we were waiting our turn, this was our view. I played tourist and hung out the car window taking photos.
We have been to Cape Meares State Park before, but I love going there for the scenic views and for the lighthouse. This is the shortest lighthouse in Oregon. I love it's location. I tried to get a good photo of the Three Arch Rocks from the lighthouse, but the low lying clouds were not cooperating.Octopus Tree - another hard subject to photograph. The sign says the Sitka Spruce is about 250-300 years old.
On The Cutting Board
So, when I am not out seeing the sights, I have been hand-quilting the Gift Shop sign. About halfway through, I was beginning to wish I had used the sewing machine. It was taking longer than I had planned. Now that I am done, I'm glad I did not.
Well, off to work on adding a border and attaching the autumn leaf.