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Coffs Harbour Big Beach Day Tour Including Surfing Lesson, SUP, Kayaking and Zorb Soccer Experience Coffs Harbour Coast's water wonderland with a day packed full of aquatic adventures. You'll learn to surf at one of the renowned surfing beaches, then Kayak and ride a Stand-Up Paddleboard on crystal-clear beach-side estuaries. You'll test your skills at Beach Volleyball and Cricket, and have a massive laugh with Zorb soccer. To make sure you've got the energy for all of this fu...

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Moving from the West Coast to the East Coast in November came with a big shock—snow! Lots of snow! But, surprisingly, we are loving it. I never imagined that I could live somewhere where the trees are covered in white, fluffy snow, the sun is out, and the roads are clear. It’s a winter wonderland …

West Coast Wonderland - Yes, the water is really that clear. Out here on Vancouver Island our winter temperatures limit algae blooms resulting in crystal clear coves! Shot on Lomography 100 film pushed to 200asa

Kentucky Falls (Eugene, OR) Secreted away in an isolated canyon deep in the Coast Range is a hidden wonderland of waterfalls, clear streams, and old-growth forests. The Kentucky Falls Special Interest Area is a magnificent getaway that hikers readily agree is both special and extremely interesting. Although the area’s three 100-foot waterfalls are the main attractions, the dense vegetation and forest wildflowers provide plenty to enjoy before you reach these highlights.

Cape Perpetua Scenic Area. The USDA Forest Service says it best, "Towering trees looming through a coastal fog. Frothy surf crashing upon jagged shores. Majestic headlands offering clear views for miles." "It all awaits you at the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area. Located two miles south of Yachats, this coastal wonderland – where the forest meets the sea – captivates locals and visitors alike."