Over a century ago (1906), the Peter Iredale ship was sailing up the Oregon coast en route to the Columbia river when it ran ashore. A couple of days ago I set out to explore what was left of it as the sun started to dip below the ocean's horizon. The only remaining parts are the bow and the masts. It is a great stop on the border of Oregon and Washington, very close to Astoria.

Side note, if you're ever in Astoria (adorable little town), definitely check out "STREET 14TH COFFEE HOUSE" for the best atmosphere and coffee/tea.

Farewell, Oregon.