A day by the seaside ... with the wildlife.
Crazy face mugs.
Boats on the Siuslaw River (view from Bay Street).
Harbor Light (Family) Restaurant.
Octopus and Native (Siuslaw?) American.
Mural outside of the International C-Food Restaurant, serving seafood.
This has obviously come off a very large vessel. Called the 'Oregon Anchor'?
A plant that traps and digests insects - usually flies.
Explaining how they trap their food.
The sea conditions further long the coast can be very rough.
No longer financially viable.
Mostly herbivorous, but they sometimes have a taste for fish if they are really hungry.
Breeding pens can be seen on the left.
Welcome sign with photos!
Angler's warning sign
Some of the fish ... in a pond.
One of the cute features that can be seen around the city.
And one of the decorated larger ones.
Three beavers? Well, Oregon is known as the 'Beaver State'.
These bizarre 'erections' could symbolise something, but what? On East and West Broadway, junction of Willamette Street.
Across the road is a public area. A place to meet friends old and new. Play music, play chess, read a book, get a bite to eat, whatever
Obviously not the 'King' of delivery vehicles! Interesting bit of history, though.
Santa Clara area. An example of bad business management by the owners. Very few customers, so it quickly closed down.
A shy but curious squirrel.
Artwork gets everywhere. Nice illustration.
Rapid transport bus. Largely has dedicated road lanes exclusive use.
Nice to see that some places will not tolerate antisocial behaviour.