We continued are meandering down the coast with a quick stop at Humbug Mountain, at Port Orfords, and a quick walk on the beach. One thing I have noticed about the Oregon beaches is that there is always some drift wood. It's really tempting to scavenge a few pieces for a few creative projects...another time perhaps.
We arrived at the Harris Beach State Park to discover only one loop was open and were able to snag the last of the view sites.
The beach is a steep decent directly across form our campsite with lots of coves and rocks to explore.
The clouds parted slightly to provide a beautiful sunset visable from our windows.
North of Harris Beach is the Samuel H Boardman State Scenic Corridor, a 12 mile long park along the highway, which beckons us to explore. We caught a glimpse of some of the corridor on the way down and hope to explore it while in Brookings over the next few days.