The red-roofed lightkeepers’ home at Heceta Head now lodges guests who get a 7-course breakfast. (Brian J. Cantwell/The Seattle Times)
The red-roofed lightkeepers' home at Heceta Head now lodges guests who get a 7-course breakfast. (Brian J. Cantwell / The Seattle Times)

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They don’t call it “the beach,” and if you go there, you’ll know why. Oregon’s 362 miles of oceanfront is a sea-stacked, highway-winding, sailor-challenging, tourist-pleasing coastline to rival any in the world for scenic beauty.

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