Siletz Bay–Driftwood Beach–Taft Beach

We call this area by all three names, officially I believe we were on the Mouth of the Siletz in Taft playing in the Driftwood. . . . But does it matter?  It was Warm. Sunny. Windless.

Jon likes creating forts and building fires. Today he and brother transported an abandoned fire over to our spot. They found some tongs and moved the large logs over, then got a flat piece of plywood and scooped the coals on it – and carried it over. We got a few raised eyebrows, but hey, since the beginning of time, man had to keep the coals lit –  The looks of fear turned into looks of admiration when the logs lit up in flame. Winking smile

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Driftwood Piles – I’m assuming from the damage that 6 inches of rain in one evening did to the banks of the Siletz River. Usually we have more sea seasoned wood, this was all pretty new and raw.

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It’s Antique Week this week – extra floats put out – all of the businesses excited about Antiques, tours, etc.  It is a great week to visit Lincoln City, Oregon! Last year, this was THE BEST weather week of the year.  Looks like we are off to a good start!

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One Response to Siletz Bay–Driftwood Beach–Taft Beach

  1. Jesse says:

    Wow…that is beautiful. And warm looking!!! It makes my heart smile seeing a blue sky and no snow on the ground!

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