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A Taste of Seaside
Seaside, population 6,476, is a dog lovers paradise. Beautiful beach, lots of canines. Bonus: Astoria Column and a deer in the woods. just a good counter
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Date(s): September 17-23, 2012. Album by Jonathan Steinberg. Photos by Jonathan Steinberg. 1 - 105 of 105 Total. 11913 Visits.
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We stayed at the Inn at Seaside across the street from the convention center

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Chloe Garland, 8 year old female Silken Windhound

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Linda works & lives at the Seaside Inn with her two Silken Windhounds plus Bella, the cat

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Gambler, 7 year old male Silken Windhound

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Inn at Seaside

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Linda & Bella

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Gambler at rest

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Jonathan & Bella

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Gambler, 7 year old male Silken Windhound

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Linda & Bella

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Seaside, Oregon

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Flowers by the monument

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Lewis & Clark monument

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Flowers by the monument

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Celebrate Seaside

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Jack, a new born puppy, half black lab and half pointer

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Char, half Great Dane & half St. Bernard

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Henry, 2 year old Newfoundland

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Rolen, Tibet Mastiff

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Bon-Bon, Boxer/Lab mix

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Late afternoon, Seaside Beach

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Seaside Beach

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Even non bridge players enjoy the beach!

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Late afternoon at Seaside Beach

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Pacific Ocean at Seaside

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Izzy, Chocolate Lab, & Jack, Yorkie Pomeranian Mix

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Spike

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Ruby

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Rocky

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Izzy, Chocolate Lab, & Jack, Yorkie Pomeranian Mix

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Seaside Beach

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Seaside Beach

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Mabel & Ruby enjoy the Pacific Ocean at seaside beach

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Pacific Ocean at Seaside Beach

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Seaside Beach

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Olivia

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Brody

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Cheryl & Roger Tulsie, visiting from Vancouver, & Olivia

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Char, half Great Dane & half St. Bernard

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Olivia

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More than 100 hundred high schools visit Seaside

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The kids are all cross country runners who brave the frigid Pacific Ocean waters

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Two cross country runners who agreed to pose for my camera!

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Enjoying the surf!

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Waves up!

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Maddie, four and a half year old St. Bernard

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Yoda, a young Black Lab

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Maddie, four and a half year old St. Bernard

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Sophie, Pug

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Maddie, four and a half year old St. Bernard

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Seaside Beach

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Seaside Beach

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Is the water cold?

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Seaside Beach

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Cascade Boys Football Team 2012

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Henry, 2 year old Newfoundland

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Lou

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Sophie, Pug

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Daisy, Brown Lab Mix

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Sophie, Pug

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Seaside Beach

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Seaside Beach

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Dusk at Seaside Beach

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Seaside Beach

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Lucy, Dachshund

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Suka, Alaskan Malamute

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Ollie

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Mortimer, Boston Terrier

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Kelsey, Scottish Terrier, is the Eastside Bridge Club (Portland, OR) mascot

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Tillamook Head is a high promontory on the Pacific coast of northwest Oregon. It is located  approximately 5 mi (8 km) southwest of Seaside. The promontory forms a steep rocky bluff on the ocean, approximately 1,200 ft (366 m) high, forested with Sitka Spruce. It is located in Ecola State Park.

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Seaside Aquarium

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Tillamook Head

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Celebrate Seaside

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The promontory is named after the Tillamook, a Salishan-speaking tribe of Native Americans that inhabited the coast in the 19th century. In 1806, Captain William Clark and 12 members of the Corps of Discovery journeyed south from Fort Clatsop, hiking over the promontory where they encountered a beached whale.

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Cali

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Yoda, a young Black Lab

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Ollie

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Odie, Yellow Lab

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Chinook was rescued in Alaska and is now enjoying life in Seaside

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The Astoria Column is a tower overlooking the mouth of the Columbia River on Coxcomb Hill in the city of Astoria, Oregon. Built in 1926, the concrete and steel structure is part of a 30-acre (120,000 m2) city park.

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Mural on the side of the Astoria Column

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The observation deck at the top of the Astoria Column

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Spiral staircase goes round and round and round...

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The 125-foot (38 m)-tall column has a 164-step spiral staircase ascending to an observation deck at the top and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 2, 1974.

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View from the top of the observation deck

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Jonathon's Astoria Antique store resident cat

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Jonathon's fine antiques store in downtown Astoria

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Wearing her Tiara Crown

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View from the top of the observation deck on a foggy day

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Blue skies, bright sunshine at Seaside Beach

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Yoda, a young Black Lab

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Dog Walker

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Swing on the beach!

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Seaside Beach

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The Necanicum River on the Pacific coast of northwest Oregon flows through Seaside on its way to the Pacific Ocean.

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Seaside Beach & Tillamook Head

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Life Is Better At The Beach

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The Promenade At Sunset

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Approximately 21 miles (34 km) long, it forms the first estuary south of the mouth of the Columbia River along the Oregon Coast.

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A deer in the forest beside the road

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The deer

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The deer leaving...

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The walk down was easier!

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See you in 2013!

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