Al Dee must had just finished reading a book called “Trivia of Eugene and Lane County” because everywhere we went he had little factoids about the area’s history. Most of the stories ended in someone dying either by being crushed by a falling object, being sucked into water or mud, or by having a plane, train or raging animal hit them. By the end of the stay we were afraid to ask any local knowledge questions for fear of the gory story that would follow.
|Oregon's second longest covered bridge.|
|Al Dee crossing Tahkenitch Creek.|
|"I'll give you a quarter if you run up the sand dune."|
|View from Cape Perpetua.|
|From the shelter looking south.|
|Thor's Well at high tide.|
|The Spouting Horn at Cook's Chasm.|