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East Coast Northbound: climbing capes

Sailing in the vicinity of capes is always tricky. Wind, waves, tide and other natural events shaped their appearance and at the same time those forces are influenced by the mass of land they collide with. 1,809 more words


Cape Lookout

Another commissioned piece for a couple that got engaged at this cool lighthouse in North Carolina.

The Oregon Coast

There hasn’t been much time for updating the blog. We’ve just been riding and enjoying the scenery. But now it’s time to bring you up to speed on what, where, when, how, why… and why not. 2,227 more words

Cycle Touring

Spruce, salal, and surf: A couple nights at Cape Lookout, 5-7 April 2016

I had a “three day weekend” last week, which for me falls mid-week. I had no idea that the weather would be so nice when I planned the extra day off, weeks in advance, but I had the hope that with that window, I could have a nice little trip to the Oregon Coast. 783 more words

Bike Camping

Cape Crusaders (Part 2)

“Why are you taking a picture of that trashy old stump?” My wife wondered why I was so intent on getting a picture of a bit of flotsam that had washed up on the beach. 929 more words


(Very) Small Race Preview: 2016 Race to the Cape 10 Mile Fun Run [LIMITED SPOTS]

Cape Lookout State Park sits on the coast not too far from Tillamook, averaging close to 120,000 visitors a year. It’s also been the site of the… 239 more words

Oregon Coast Running

Travel Tuesday: Cape Lookout

Each summer, my husband, Ron, and I spend a week in the Outer Banks, Nags Head area with his family. We also tend to visit by ourselves in the spring or fall, traveling from Corolla to Cape Hatteras and Ocracoke, but one of our favorite areas is farther south. 286 more words