Heceta Head Lighthouse

May 16, 2009

The weather for our Heceta Head hike could not have been more perfect; sunshine and blue skies were with us all day. Our group of 11 enthusiastic and congenial hikers left Washburne State Park and crossed Highway 101 to walk the forested China Creek trail. The Heceta Head trail offered outstanding views of the coast line to the north and were admired by everyone. Our lunch stop at Heceta Head Lighthouse gave us views south and everyone found a sunny spot to relax and eat their lunch. The last leg of our hike was the two mile walk along the beach back to our cars. The wide, open expanse of sandy beach was quite a contrast to our first leg of the trip in the forest. There was no need for a single line of hikers but instead we could all spread out under the cloudless sky. The participants were seven Obsidian members — Sue Meyers, Lamonte Smith, Julie Dorland, Peggy Windle, Cork and Carolyn Higgins and Moshe Rapaport. The visiting California non-members, Matt McBride, Geri Thomas and Jim McLaughlin, really enjoyed the cool, green, moss-covered forest.


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