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The two RV Gypsies at Devils Churn
in Florence, Oregon
May 12, 2009

Devils Churn began as a small fracture - a weak area in the ancient volcanic rock. Thunderous waves have gnawed at the rock for eons, eroding it away grain by grain, enlarging the crack into a chasm. As the two RV Gypsies approached Devils Churn, they felt the power of the churn like thunder in their bones, and anticipated each collision of wave and rock like bursting fireworks! Note: Be sure to visit at High Tide.
Devils Churn
Devils Churn
Photos taken looking straight down, from high up on a walkway
looking straight down, at Devils Churn
Pulverizing and pounding. Crashing and smashing. Endlessly, relentlessly, the Pacific ocean careened into Devils Churn until the crescendo of waves exploded in a riot of white froth.... and then escaped back to the sea.
looking straight down, at Devils Churn
water spraying at Devils Churn
water spraying at Devils Churn
water spraying at Devils Churn
water spraying at Devils Churn
water spraying at Devils Churn
waves
water spraying at Devils Churn
water spraying at Devils Churn
The trail further down into Devils Churn was blocked by a very large fallen tree..
The trail further down into Devils Churn
a very large fallen tree
a very large fallen tree
a very large fallen tree
The mountain across the street from Devils Churn
The mountain across the street from Devils Churn
From a side point at Devils Churn, the two RV Gypsies saw Cape Perpetua (see sub-menu below more about Cape Perpetua.) Note: The two RV Gypsies returned here in 2013 and more about all of these areas can be found in the TOC button above.
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Talent, Oregon

Cape Perpetua
City of Florence - elk and more
Devils Churn
Dune Buggy Ride
Sand Dunes
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