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Jesus !! Maybe Canada is Godzone ?
What is now being called The Salish Sea (B.C & Washington) is INDEED Godzone. You could spend every day of your life cruising here and I doubt you could see it all. If only we had that incredible Caribbean water it would be a perfect paradise.
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What is now being called The Salish Sea (B.C & Washington) is INDEED Godzone. You could spend every day of your life cruising here and I doubt you could see it all. If only we had that incredible Caribbean water it would be a perfect paradise.
..... but you don't actually want to come here.... remember, fog, rain, killer currents, sea monsters, .....
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Fantastic pictures of awesomely beautifullplaces on this planet. Wish I was 20 years younger, because I'd be leaving this place, which ain't so bad, but ...
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Baleal, Portuguese west coast



Baleal at dusk

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we met a couple from seattle in the Micalvi Bar in Puerto Williams and we sailed together. they took pics of us and we returned the favor. a not-so-perfect moment Florianopolis, Brazil Nov. 2009
WOW, I've never seen anything so ominous in all my days - sure tells you what's coming.

One can understand how the ancients saw malevolent gods in nature when a cloud can have a face as distinct as that. The only thing I've seen that is at all similar is a couple of shots of the mushroom clouds from the Nevada nuke tests - there were some devils faces in them, appropriately enough.
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Fantastic pictures of awesomely beautifullplaces on this planet. Wish I was 20 years younger, because I'd be leaving this place, which ain't so bad, but ...
As long as you're viewing it from shore, the Oregon coast is one of the most spectacular places on Earth.

Actually, now that I think about it, that pretty well applies to the ENTIRE Pacific coast of North America with the possible exception of SoCal.
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That's truly the most amazing weather I've ever seen. I sure see that evil face.

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As long as you're viewing it from shore, the Oregon coast is one of the most spectacular places on Earth.
Indeed. Heck, the Columbia River and the Gorge are pretty darned spectacular. In fact, Oregon is spectacular - has a little bit of everything to offer.
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Now for a little honesty about the PNW.
35 knots, raining, 50F, June.


Beautiful mountains if you could ever see them. June, July, they're all the same.


Not my picture, from Seeyalatermoonglow. Self explanatory. Probably June.


Normal day, could be any month of the year.


Miserable place to visit, just miserable.
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I posted these on another thread some time back that had to do with Cod fishing.

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