We stopped in Crescent City and walked up to see the lighthouse. Tom was not impressed. We walked around the little "island" lighthouse and we were on our way. It was a chilly and foggy morning on the coast.
We saw a far more beautiful lighthouse on the coast near the Oregon/California border. We didn't go to this lighthouse but the view was beautiful.
We entered Oregon really early on Thursday morning. Nothing too monumental about that, but the Oregon coast is a bit different than the Califonia coast.
After a bit more driving we stopped for lunch on the beach. It was a beautiful little spot. We were quickly introduced to how windy the Oregon coast is. As we were eating I noticed a small mountain off the coast in the distance and realized that was our campsite for that night. We were closer than we thought!
We arrived at the park and our campsite much earlier than expected. We had camp set up and ready to go by noon so we hit the trail.
Humbug Mountain was a great trail with a pretty steady incline for 3 miles. The coastal views were beautiful as was the lush green trail. We were happy to get to camp early enough to hike before dinner.
|it was so green and lush everywhere on the trail.|
At the summit we set up my camera to take some pics of us... it kept snapping so we kept posing :) The ocean is behind us but you can't see it in the pictures.
After we hiked back down we walked to the beach connected to our campsite. It was, AGAIN, soooo super windy. The beach was beautiful though and Humbug goes straight up from the sand which is unlike anything I have ever seen.
|Tom walking to the beach...Humbug Mountain to the left|
|On the beach with Humbug Mountain behind us|
|Humbug Mountain from town|
After we got showered up we went into Port Orford for dinner. Port Orford is a little fishing town with a couple seafood restaurants. We went to Crazy Norwegians and had some really good dinner. Just a quick night on the town and then it was back to camp.