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The Devil’s Punch Bowl II

The Devil’s Punch Bowl is a bowl-shaped rock formation found on the rugged Oregon Coast. When the tide rushes in, waves spill through a small hole in its base, racing around the interior walls until they get sucked back out again into the ocean. Continue reading

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The Devil’s Punch Bowl

The Devil’s Punch Bowl is a bowl-shaped rock formation found on the rugged Oregon Coast. When the tide rushes in, waves spill through a small hole in its base, racing around the interior walls until they get sucked back out into the ocean. The result is an angry, frothy brew fit for the devil himself. Continue reading

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The Harbor Life at Depoe Bay

Depoe Bay has the smallest navigable harbor in the world! It’s also the “Whale Watching Capital of Oregon.” Continue reading

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North Head Lighthouse

North Head Lighthouse at dusk is a lonely place, especially with a cloudbank moving in off the ocean. Continue reading

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