The End of Furrylittlegnome’s Northwest Adventure


Almost two hours west of Portland, Oregon is Cannon Beach and the Pacific Ocean. It is a quaint sea-side town with a population of less than 2,000 people that relies heavily on tourism. Although Cannon Beach was incorporated as a city in 1957, the town was inhabited by settlers dating back to the 1800s.
Cannon Beach, Oregon Post OfficeHouses on Cannon Beach, Oregon

A View of the Pacific Ocean from Cannon Beach, OregonCannon Beach, Oregon

Cannon Beach, Oregon

The Pacific Ocean near Cannon Beach, Oregon

Furrylittlegnome's Footprint in the Sand in Cannon Beach, Oregon

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6 Responses to The End of Furrylittlegnome’s Northwest Adventure

  1. FF says:

    FLG – these pictures are beautiful. What a great beach! so cool you got to view it when no one was there.

  2. julespaige says:

    Hubby was up in Washington state for a day last week. I like those sand prints. Too cold for toes?

  3. julespaige says:

    I forgot to mention I also liked the rocks jutting out of the ocean. While on Maui one of the waterfalls which I was silly enough to want to actually get in…was FREEZING! Once I was numb – it wasn’t so bad. 🙂 I like the ocean better. Warmer and up to my chin and I could look down and still see my toes.

    • Thanks. Furry went into her Northwest trip with zero planning – she let another gnome handle all of the details on this adventure. So, seeing things like the rocks in the Pacific, the waterfalls, etc was a treat!

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