Making the most of our last weeks in the #PNW
The focus of this week’s events are in Yachats. On November 25 at 1 p.m., learn about the pre-European inhabitants of Cape Perpetua from one of Cape Perpetua’s exceptional volunteers, Dick Mason. Dick will also take you on a quick and entertaining tour of world history that occurred while the Alsea were enjoying their evening seaweed and mussel dinners at Cape Perpetua. Please meet at the Cape Perpetua Visitor Center (2400 Hwy 101, Yachats). (PC: Richard W.) #WeeklyEvents
Nov 24 → Lecture on Big Cats (Yachats)
Nov 25 → Alsea Tribal Life Lecture (Yachats)
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported me yesterday at the holiday bazaar! 😁 It was a great turn out and I sold a lot of planters. Here’s a little sneak peak of some of the new planters I’ve added to my Etsy shop this weekend. Head over to https://www.etsy.com/shop/ManicBotanicDesigns to check them out! I ship all across the United States, and they make perfect Christmas presents. 🎅🏼🤶🏼#newesteditions #etsyshop #presents #shoplocal
Does the weekend really have to come to an end? If you could spend a lazy Sunday somewhere on the Oregon coast, what is your go-to city? 🐟
(PC: Shannah Lindh, @oregonian.captures
Oregon Day 1 - Cannon Beach ➡️ Cape Lookout
The COASST Marine Debris Training is somewhat different from the one that CoastWatch organizes. COASST will hold a training session for their type of survey in Astoria tomorrow (Sunday, Nov. 18) from 11a.m. to 5 p.m. at Clatsop Community College, Towler Hall (1651 Lexington Ave., Astoria).
COASST Marine Debris participants survey local beaches and collect data on the characteristics and location of debris—data that will ultimately be used to map the source and transport pathways of debris, as well as the potential harm to people, wildlife, and local coastal ecosystems.
All set up and ready to go! Come down and see me at the Autumn Fest art Show at the Newport Rec Center. I'll be here from 10-4.
#shoplocal #artmarket #crafttime
🎶 look at this stuff, isn’t it neat!?🎶 🧜🏻♀️So much vintage fun stuff to look at at Captain Overkeel’s, come visit and check out! Winter rates are here, link in bio!
Tonight's ⛷️ THE NIGHT ⛷️ for the Neon Ski Party 2, Fundraiser for SurfriderPDX at @dublinpubpdx
at 9pm! ——————————————
- $100 PRIZE - COSTUME CONTEST
- DRINK SPECIALS
- LIVE MUSIC GOODNESS from @thekinkybrothers
Snag your tickets on Eventbrite or $8 at the door. All proceeds benefit Surfirder PDX 😎
Its Friyay! Im getting ready for the Autumn Fest Art Show in Newport tomorrow and thought I'd give you guys a glimpse into the manic behind my Botanic. I had to organize them by color to keep my mind straight. The show is from 10am-4pm at the Newport Rec Center. Stop by and do some holiday shopping!
#autumnfestartshow #bazar #holidaygifts #shoplocal #supportlocalartists
“Ripples in sand, found on both beaches and dunes, are one of nature's most ubiquitous and spectacular examples of self-organization. They do not result from some predetermined pattern in the wind that is somehow impressed on the surface, but rather from the dynamics of individual grains in motion across the surface. They arise whenever wind blows strongly enough over a sand surface to entrain grains into the wind. The subsequent hopping and leaping of these grains is called saltation. Saltating grains travel elongated, asymmetric trajectories: Rising relatively steeply off the bed, their path is then stretched downwind as they are accelerated by drag forces.” -- Robert S. Anderson, UCSC Professor | #FunFactFriday