Ocean Blue Blog
by Richard Arterbury
Researching on the Oregon Coast holds much more than plastic on beaches and everyday beach cleanups that the National Beach Cleanup Initiative brings our way. During the initiative, I was visiting a beach in Seal Rock and just happened to stumble across a hidden tree house with an absolutely amazing view of the Oregon Coast! I had to stop what I was doing and check out the third floor of this secret tree house. The third level was the perfect place to gaze out at the Ocean from a whole new perspective.
If you've ever been out in nature and suddenly come across a hidden gem like this tree house, then you know how special this experience was for me. The Coastal children sure know how to use their imagination and know exactly how to build with one of the best views I have found on the Oregon Coast. This tree house is almost hidden from the beach, is decorated with marine debris and even a few floats found on the beach. I know there are plenty more tree houses around the World, but this one is truly a gem of the Oregon Coast.
Have you visited this tree house before? If you are yet to find this treasure on the map, take a trip to Seal Rock and see if you can find it. This stump is marking the footsteps to one of the most amazing tree houses on the Oregon Coast. While you're there, be sure to pick up some microplastic and take a selfie with the hashtag #wecleanbeaches.
Mark The Date | Beach Cleanups
5.05.2018 - Roads End State Recreation Lincoln City, OR
5.06.2018 - Gleneden Beach Lincoln City, OR
6.08.2018 - Nye Beach - World Ocean Day Beach Cleanup Newport, OR
6.09.2018 - Nye Beach - Oregon Ocean Day Newport, OR
6.10.2018 - Nye Beach - Walk on the beach Newport, OR
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