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What's a bay for? As a child reading maritime stories, I learned they were "safe harbor in a storm." When I first viewed Depoe Bay's miniature and highly protective harbor, it met every definition, plus was incredibly cute. It's near Newport.

Depoe Bay's exit showing the Fleet of Flowers Plaque on the Hwy 101 bridge

The nearest boat is named the "KingFisher," the bridge is the Coast Highway, Hwy 101, with an onlooker giving scale to the image. The sign hanging on the Bridge reads "Fleet of Flowers," having to do with a Depoe Bay fishing fleet tradition.

Click for a QuickTime movie with music of Mt. Hood's historic Cloud Cap Inn high in the mountains east of Portland and Gresham

Click for Leonids Fireball meteor, and a FREE screen background for your computer!

Is this Marsor the Coast?

 

Click for images from the 2002 Rose Festival Airshow

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