Finally, some pictures to accompany my Oregon Coast travelogue post from the beginning of this month. Nothing earth-shaking here, just what you’d expect.
Their big sign on Highway 101. You can’t miss it.
The packaging production line at Tillamook Cheese. It doesn’t run on weekends.
Big blocks of cheese (40 pounds or so?) being extruded into plastic bags. The blocks then proceed along a conveyor belt to end up in the automated storage warehouse.
The end of the beach at Oceanside, where the tunnel entrance looms out of the rock like some old prohibited bunker.
The entrance up close. "Caution. Falling rock."
After oh, I don’t know, 25 yards or so, you pop out on the rocky "secret" beach. Here’s the tunnel exit, considerably less developed than the entrance.
The "secret" beach. The rocks in the distance (one and half of them, anyway) are "Three Arch Rock."
Here’s a small version of a really amateur "stitch" job I did of the Fishtails Café in Newport. (Ignore the cars.) Click on it for a larger version. The building really is dually-segmented like that, with the main entrance in the red-brown door on the left half.
A sea lion hanging out on the dock below the Port Dock One pier and Restaurant.
This probably needs no explanation, huh?
Rogue’s gift shop (the tasting room is upstairs, which we didn’t visit this trip).
More of the gift shop.
The distiller in Rogue’s House of Spirits just across the marina from the Brewery. This is actually behind chain link and barbed wire (to the customers) but I poked the camera lens through the links.