Cape Foulweather

Posted by
Don (Spokane, United States) on 22 November 2009 in Landscape & Rural.

I believe this building is the Look-out Gift Shop "At Cape Foulweather". This shop is one of the oldest historical landmarks along the Oregon Coast, the promotory of land having been discovered and named in 1778 by the famous British navigator Captain James Cook.
The Look-out is perched atop a promotory 500 feet above the ocean, and crashing surf, sea birds on rocks, sea lions in the sun and whales are just a few of the special sights that can be enjoyed from their windows. If an Oregonian can positively identify this place, I will be glad to change the name.