Outdoor

NEWPORT, Outdoor

Historic Nye Beach

Historic Nye Beach Newport’s historic Nye Beach neighborhood has been popular with vacationers since the late 1800s, and its charm has only grown with time. Located right along the beach, it boasts cobblestone streets, unique architecture, and great boutique stores and restaurants (nyebeach.org). Get in the holiday mood at Charisma […]

A visitor views the remains of the massive keel ribs of the 1924 shipwreck Acme on the beach near Bandon Dunes Golf Resort;
Outdoor

Bandon Dunes Hiking Trails

Story and Photos by Tom Baake Of the many intriguing hiking trails on the Oregon Coast, perhaps only one involves a visit to a full-scale labyrinth and a shipwreck—all within sight of a world-class golf course. Such are the possibilities on the half-dozen miles of hiking trails at Bandon Dunes […]

Culture/History, News, Outdoor

Coos Bay Castaways

Story by Michael Shay In 1852, a schooner went off course and wrecked on Coos Bay’s North Spit. The survivors set up temporary shelter now known as Camp Castaway. “The vessel sprung a leak soon after we sailed from Benecia, California . . . and twelve men were detailed to […]