Chapter NO.1

Manzanita
Oregon

45.7° N, 123.9° W

neahkahnie
mountain

45.7° N, 123.9° W

 

“You are standing on the west shoulder of
Neahkahnie Mountain—at 1,661 feet, it is one of
the highest points on Oregon’s coast. The
mountain’s name is said to be a Native American
word for ‘home of the supreme being.’”

HWY 101 road sign

Oswald West
State Park

45.8° N, 124.0° W

 
 

Chapter NO.2

 

I usually bomb it in. I like
to go by the guide boats
really fast and throw a
little wake-age on ‘em. I
gotta go slow by mom’s
place though.

— kelly Laviolette

Rockaway Beach
Oregon

45.66° N, 123.92° W

 
 

Oregon Coast
Scenic Railroad

45.56° N, 123.91° W

 

Chapter NO.3

Tillamook
Oregon

45.46° N, 123.81° W

 

US Route
101

45.59° N, 123.95° W

 
 

Oswald West
State Park

45.76° N, 123.97° W

 

Chapter NO.4

Beverly Beach
State Park

44.73° N, 124.06° W

 
 

I’m a nomadic spirit.
I don’t want to end up
like everybody else.

— Newport High student

Newport
Oregon

44.69° N, 124.06° W

 

Chapter NO.5

Astoria
Oregon

45.4° N, 123.8° W

 
 

Astoria
Column

45.4° N, 123.8° W

 

“Great joy in camp we are in view of the ocian...
this great Pacific octean which we been so long
anxious to see. And the roreing or noise made by
the waves brakeing on the rockey shores (as I
suppose) may be heard disti[n]ctly."

Journal entry, Explorer William Clark,
near the mouth of the Columbia River, November 7, 1805.

Captain George
Flavel House

45.4° N, 123.8° W

 
 

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