Photo Journal – Exploring Brookings

Wednesday (June 3): Claudia, Bruce and I checked out a few interesting places in and around Brookings today. We started at the harbor at the entrance to the Chetco River.

We peeked into a chocolate shop and asked for a recommendation for a place for lunch. We learned the “Hungry Clam” nextdoor was a local favorite.

Before eating lunch we walked around Azalea Park, just across the bridge from the harbor.

Tai chi at the amphitheater at Azalea Park

The chapel at Azalea Park

We had lunch at the Hungry Clam and it was terrific. We then drove east along the Chetco River to check out Alfred Loeb State Park and campground. We took a short hike in the area.

While we were down at the beach a couple of nights earlier, we noticed this large bluff behind the parking lot. At the top, we could barely see a few people at a viewing spot. We decided to check out that viewpoint.

The view from the top of the bluff was excellent!

I made a mental note to return to this spot for a chance to take photos of a sunset.

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