A Salty New Years Eve

There is something pure and simple about the combination of ocean, sunshine and crisp, salty air.

This New Years I spent a few days on the Oregon coast in the small town of Neskowin watching waves crash from a panoramic window, warming up by a bonfire and catching up with good people.

A five hour drive and a few days on the beach really can reboot the soul.

Forever a west coaster.

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3 Comments

  1. Yes, One of our favorite places, too. Spent our honeymoon there! Nice to see that wonderful Jori smile. TC

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