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Pacific City

45°13' 4" N 123°58' 23" W Pacific City

Sep 29, 2014  –  by Maeva

We continued down the Oregon coast towards Pacific City (very fitting name). After a quick stop in Tillamook for some free cheese samples at the visitor centre, we were in this tiny town. It basically consists in one street, the ocean, a sea stack and a sand dune. So we kicked off our shoes and climbed up the sand dune for a pretty good work out. At the very top we got to enjoy a perfect end of the day sunlight so we spent most of our time exploring it and shooting videos. But even better, we got to run down the dune and roll over. Totally worth it!

The following day, Steph went for surf session in the freezing water while I treated myself to a delicious Chai Latte to continue reading my book #GirlBoss (Thanks Stephanie!) A few hours later, we were on the road towards hipster land, I mean Portland.

View from Pacific City Sand  Dune
View from Pacific City Sand Dune

Can you tell we’re camping pros or what?!

Steph at the campground by the fire
Steph at the campground by the fire
Maeva on the rocks by the sea
Maeva on the rocks by the sea

Cannon Beach: Jump up, jump up and get down

45°53' 3" N 123°57' 54" W Cannon Beach

Sep 29, 2014  –  by Maeva

Cannon Beach is an immense stretch of sand, famous for its sea stack in the shape of a Haystack. We couldn’t replay a scene from Lord of the Rings (Steph’s hair wasn’t long enough to play Legolas and I couldn’t find a white horse) so we opted for some good old jumps. Do not make fun of mine, apparently gravity is stronger for me.

Maeva in front of seastack in Cannon Beach
Maeva in front of seastack in Cannon Beach
Maeva jumping in front of seastack in Cannon Beach
Maeva jumping in front of seastack in Cannon Beach
Steph jumping in front of seastack in Cannon Beach
Steph jumping in front of seastack in Cannon Beach
Steph and Maeva in Cannon Beach
Steph and Maeva in Cannon Beach