Sunday we headed from Coos Bay and headed up Highway 101 up the Oregon Coast. It was absolutely beautiful! I loved driving along the ocean and seeing the endless beauty of it all.
Sunday's adventures includes lots of views of the ocean, lots of lighthouses, and some fun on the beach.
Our lunch on the beach- the seagulls were little beggars and wanted to take all of our food.
We drove up to this lookout point. It was an incredible view!
Then we headed to the beach. It was a rocky beach that had amazing waves crashing on them and some sand that Paige loved.
Baby Cinderella went on many adventures during this trip and was dragged around everywhere.
This was the tallest lighthouse on the Oregon Coast (I think).
The hotel we stayed in had a swimming pool and so we decided to go for a little swim in the morning before we headed out.
Monday's adventures included more lighthouses, Tillamook Cheese Factory, and more amazing beaches and ocean views.
My delicious ice cream!
This was my favorite part of the day. We went on this beautiful hike that led to a beautiful beach that I could have spent all day exploring.
Paige wanted to stop every so often to get a picture with Baby Cinderella.
There was drift wood and lots of rocks, a beautiful sandy beach, and a stream that goes right into the ocean. Paige loved playing in the stream
Our next last stop for the day was Seaside. We watched the sunset on the beach and settled in for the night.
Tuesday's adventures included a stop at the candy store with hundreds of flavors of saltwater taffy, walking around a little mall in Seaside for my mom to get a souvenir, Lewis and Clark park, Astoria, and our last lighthouse for the trip.
Paige didn't want to try out the bed but Baby Cinderella did.
Our stop at Astoria was a bust- we were going to go to Bowpickers for lunch but they were closed and we were going to climb the Astoria Column but it was also closed for renovations.
Our last view of the ocean before getting off the highway and heading home. It was a great trip and the Oregon Coast is so beautiful!