Boiler Bay

image Lincoln City is our base camp for exploring Depoe Bay and vicinity.

Boiler Bay, a spectacular scenic wayside named for a piece of wreckage from a small freighter. In 1910 the J. Marhoffer met its demise here. (visittheoregoncoast.com)

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At low tide the boiler from the ship is visible, as are numerous tide pools.

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Shellfish hunters troll the rocks for mussels.

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We don’t arrive at low tide so we do not see the boiler or tide pools. And we don’t troll the rocks for mussels. What we do see, however, are beautiful views.

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And I make a new friend…

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