Ok, you got me. I’ve been absolutely terrible about staying on top of the blog postings. File this post under “better late than never”.
This is a little photo journal of our trip to Cape Kiwanda on the Oregon Coast. It’s a beautiful gem on the Oregon coast because its one of the few places where it wasn’t covered by lava flow. This means that a large shelf of sandstone from the ancient ocean floor has been pushed up above the water where the elements slowly carve and shape it. This means you get to climb and explore amongst the result of millions of years of the energies of wind and water against sandstone. It’s one of those places that really makes me realize how immense a span of time a million years is.
I went on this little adventure with my friend Chad (Bogmon) and my best friend Alisha and Pro-tip: get past where everyone else goes and get amongst it. Afterwards several hours of playing the sun you can always opt for a well earned meal of Fish & chips with the Kiwanda Cream ale from Pelican Brewery. Damn good beer. Damn good fish and chips.