We spent two days in Depoe Bay at The Whale Cove Inn. What a view from our room and, yet again, from our dinner table.
This quaint seaside beach town happens to be the world’s smallest navigable harbor. More importantly, for its tourist business, is that it is the whale watching capital of Oregon. Plus it is lovely.
A professional photographer said “Thors Well, located on the Central Oregon Coast, is the most dramatic, awe-inspiring seascape to photograph on the entire West Coast.” We visited it today and it was quite a sight indeed. Many folks (wrongly) think it is a sink hole that is draining the ocean.
Close by our hotel is Devil’s Punchbowl, thought to have been formed when two caves collapsed. Try to visit during high tide; even better is during a storm.