Oregon Coast Magazine July/August 2012

Cover Oregon CoastA Haven for Sea LionsSea Lion Caves celebrates 80 years as one of the Coast’s iconic attractions. —Katherina Audley

Discover Nehalem Bay—Nehalem, Wheeler, and Manzanita lure visitors to the North Coast to enjoy art, antiques, and outdoor recreation. —Gail Oberst

The Discovery of Sea Lion CavesHow a retired sea captain exploring in a skiff discovered the largest sea cave in the world. —Arthur H. Redman

The Pathfinders—One hundred years ago, a road trip between Newport and Siletz Bay turned out to be a test of courage and ingenuity. —Michael Shay

Sam Hutchinson of Pistol River—The retired seaman was a well-known character around Pistol River in the 1940s. —Norman Martin

Seventy-five Years at the Top of the World—Cape Foulweather’s gift shop and
observatory celebrates its 75th anniversary this summer. —Cindy Hanson

Thirty Years of Coastal Storytelling—As Oregon Coast celebrates its 30th anniversary,
our publishers reflect on change and constancy. —Rob and Alicia Spooner

The Washed Ashore Project—A South Coast artist has made ocean pollution the focus of her work, using washed up plastic to create art. —Roy Stevenson

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