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Saturday’s scene: Oregon beachcombing

2012/02/25by Donna Hull


Oregon beachcombing

Oregon beachcombing offers active boomer travelers the chance to get out and explore. Who knows what you’ll find on a beach where the sea splashes over rock formations depositing treasures on the shore? I captured this scene when Alan attended a one-on-one photography workshop with Marc Adamus. While the two professionals practiced with filters and settings, I walked the beach to see what I could find and discovered a beachcomber looking for sea glass. In Florida, they call this stance the Sanibel stoop.

Did you know that Oregon celebrated 153 years of statehood on February 14, 2012?  Do you have a favorite Oregon beachcombing destination? Post a comment to share it with us. It’s about time that Alan and I planned another boomer adventure in the northwest U.S.

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A boomer travel and lifestyle authority who is exploring the world one activity at a time. Besides writing and publishing My Itchy Travel Feet, she also writes about boomer travel for My Well-Being Powered by Humana and is the author of New Mexico Backroads Weekend Adventure.

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