National Geographic : 1962 Mar
Come stand atop the rocky, wave washed doorstep where America meets the western sea...a panorama of sound and sight that staggers your senses. Cape Perpetua, above, was named in 1778 by Captain James Cook when he sighted this towering sentinel on the Oregon coast. Pictured is only a frag ment of this spectacular ocean bound ary that offers 400 miles of enchanting seacoast. It is but one instance of the excitement you'll find in Oregon-land of infinite variety. Come soon. For helpful directions on what to do and see while you are in Ore gon, inquire at the nearest Chamber of Commerce or other source of reliable information as soon as you enter the Beaver state.