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It is very impressive, & I love the way the landscaping & architecture are all designed to fit into the natural environment.
What a fabulous place thanks Gina, hugs my friend.
No, the Oregon Caves are in the mountains (the Graybacks, I think) East of Cave Junction, which is about 20 miles from where we live. I've heard of the Sea Lion Caves, & want to see them sometime, but I don't know if they're accessible for handicapped people. You mentioned the beautiful trees, & there were so many of them up by the Caves that I kept trying to take a picture of the gorgeous sunset coming back down, but the trees were so thick it was impossible to get a good picture. By the time we got down on lower ground, the sun was almost set. I finally did get a pic, but it's not very good. But just seeing it, & the mountains, trees, flowers & all of God's wonderful artwork, was a real blessing. I'm glad to be able to share the beauty with you, & our other Jigidi friends. ~ Gina
Are you talking about the Sea Lion caves on the coast? It also reminds me of several places in Washington state. We can only wish. Hugs back. Mary
I don't know, Mary. Maybe you visited the Oregon Caves when you lived here? I wish I could come & get you & bring you here to Oregon, what fun we would have! OR, you could come & get me for a vacation in GA, that would be wonderful too! It's nice to dream anyway! ((HUGS))
This looks so familiar, but I cannot place where I may have seen it. Makes me so homesick with all those beautiful trees. My body may be in Georgia, but I left my heart, not in San Francisco, but OREGON. Blessings sweet lady. I hope to meet you sometime. Mary