Oregon’s Beach Bill has similar wording that declares all “wet sand” within sixteen vertical feet of the low tide line belong to the state of Oregon. In addition, it recognizes public easements of all beach areas up to the line of vegetation, regardless of underlying property rights. Unlike Florida, Oregon and Oregonians do not tolerate deviating from the Beach Bill’s intention.
I’ve seen it both ways, I always thought that ice on shoe’s soles would be fatiguing after a while. Thanks for the verification.
When I partake coffee, I’ll have it one of two ways. Espresso, in a ceramic espresso cup, or an Americano, two shots of espresso in a 12 oz. ceramic coffee cup. Both are affordable and hit the spot without being pretentious or snotty, and surprisingly enough, fresh dripped espresso has less caffeine than brewed coffee sitting in a pot for 30 minutes.
The one and only time I drank Jolt Cola, I broke out in a hive from my waist to the top of my head, couldn’t catch my breath and nearly went to the emergency room out of fear of having a heart attack. My girlfriend at the time was mortified such a product was legally available on the market.
Hats off to you for surviving your daily doses.
Thankfully, there are no private beaches in Oregon, (except Lake Oswego, and that’s being contested). The entire Oregon coast is open and accessible to the public. Originally declared a highway in 1913 at the urging of Democrat governor Oswald West, and reaffirmed by the Oregon Beach Bill championed by Republican governor Tom McCall in 1967.
While some coastal towns popular with tourists and quite crowded on weekends, especially during summer months, there are areas of Oregon’s coastline where one can get away from the crowds.
Better yet, bicycle there from home. Nothing beats a 30-mile round trip ride to the beach. I’ve done it many times to Sauvie Island.
Out of self preservation, I’m off the island and well on my way home, before the drunk visitors start driving home themselves. The roads are narrow with no shoulders with little room for defensive maneuvering.
I lived 30 years in Arizona, visiting the Grand Canyon only three times. The crowds of people on my last visit reminded me of Disneyland at its worst. Both sad and ridiculous, it’s a wonder more people don’t die taking selfies on the rim.
Sean Hannity, not John.
And your approach, ball position and club face angle, but those are different kind of lies. Which, obviously, Hannity and Trump don’t know the difference when opening their mouths.
Sad but true about newspapers and Moscow Mitch. If it’s supported by Democrats, MM squashes it. If it’s supported by Republicans, by all means MM moves it to a vote. Don’t even get me started on the decline of printed newspapers.