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Cape Blanco
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Located north of Port Orford, Cape Blanco marks the westernmost point of Oregon.  The Cape Blanco Lighthouse is on the peninsula of land, constructed in 1870.  The evening view reveals a sandy shoreline w/ sea stacks along the shore.  Blacklock Point lies to the north.

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