On our third day in Bandon, we took a road that is right next to our campground toward the ocean to Beach Loop Rd. The first stop was at Devils Kitchen
We went up the road to the north and found another parking lot with a trail to the beach.
Nice big home on the Bandon Beach Coastline.
It looked like it could rain, so we just walked to the beach and looked south,
We climbed back up the trail to the parking lot.
Our next stop was at Face Rock View Point.
I would love to have that home, sitting high above the ocean. We are still in Tsunami area, so this home looks safer than others.
Beach out in front of the home on the bluff.
In the distance, I could see some horseback riders on the beach.
Homes up from the beach south of Face Rock.
Pink legged gull. I believe this is a Western Gull.
I watched it as it walked along the trail, not bothered by people.
as I got closer, it walked onto the grass,
and wild clover.
Back to the horseback riders.
Now you can see why this place is called Face Rock!
Homes north of Face Rock.
North of Face Rock toward the ocean.
We continued north on the Beach Loop Rd. to Old Town Bandon.
To be Continued: