A Frisbee on the Beach

We went to the coast last week…just a day trip…to a beach near Pacific City. My friends, Toby, Heidi & Macy were staying there. I was sooooo excited to see them!

‘Scuse the blurry picture. We were all about the action!

I have a pretty good nose for finding things, so I was pretty intrigued about this floppy, rubbery thing I found at 1000 Acres recently. You know I’m totally ball-obsessed  🙂 , and a Frisbee has not been my game, but this floppy, rubber one was pretty intriguing. Mom pulled it out and we practiced.

And practiced.

This was a new game & I was getting the hang of it. That’s Cape Lookout in the background–I bet there’s a lot to look at out there! Someday we’ll go there.

Meanwhile, back to the beach…

The water was C..O..L..D, but there’s nothing like it for a good cool-down. I wasn’t crazy enough to go out in those big waves though. But, let me tell you, there were some hu-mans that were! We went to Pacific City (just a hop and a skip down the road) for lunch and saw a couple of these hu-mans out in the water trying to catch a wave! Mom tried to take a picture of them, but they never would get up on their boards. Maybe they needed some lessons?

This is a haystack rock, which was formed by lava flows sometime before I was born. There are actually two of these ginormous rocks along the Oregon Coast–the other’s at Cannon Beach. Do you think this looks like a gorilla head? I do.

After lunch, we decided to go back to the beach for a long walk. I ran. Mom walked.

There were a bunch of these little bubbles on the sand…they are Sea Gooseberries, a type of jellyfish. Yep, that’s right!




And we saw some bigger jellyfish too.



On our way back to the car, we went past this tree house that went way up to the top of the tree. I bet you could see forever up there!But, there was a sign that said “No Trespassing”. Do you think that meant me? I’m really trying to stay out of mischief….

25 thoughts on “A Frisbee on the Beach

  1. Our little bipeds sure would enjoy a treehouse like that one. And frisbee on the beach looks like a ton of fun. Hope you get to go back again to see Cape Lookout. But beware of those jellyfissh – do they sting dogs too?

    Woos – Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning


  2. No not for you Sage!! That sign was for the scary critters and you are not scary at all, your sweet!!! If you haven’t been to my blog today I have a new kitty to introduce….


  3. Yes! Now that you mention it, that rock DOES look like a gorilla head. So it was born maybe 4 years ago? Tres cool. The Typist says, “good thing you didn’t try to eat the jelly fish”. I think she’s worried I wouldn’t be as good as you if I saw some on the beach. That tree house is a beauty! Someone is very lucky to have that. What a shame it has that nasty sign. A very VERY good outing, Sage X


  4. What a pawsome place! Do your beach water has salt in it? Ours does and it do be BLECH! I spit it out and make faces at it.


  5. Hey Sage, Jet here.

    Love the new banner/layout. 🙂

    What gorgeous photos. We’re not familiar with your area, so thank you for sharing. The tree house looks pawesome… Mom would have had a hard time resisting a peak!

    You rocked the beach, the Frisbee and the waves… wish you could teach me!


  6. Loved it all! Mama thought the jellyfish were bits of sea glass. Totally radical tree house, just try and keep me out. But best of all…the F word. Bring your newish Frisbee over and I’ll teach you a few moves!


  7. Can we come live with you ??? The landscapes are just stunning and look at you, playing freesby with you human and go on walk with your friends !! It must be paradise.

    We are so jealous (except maybe for the jellyfish… yak… )

    Woos of love.

    Echo & Link


  8. I’m so jealous of your day at the beach but so glad you shared it with us.

    That soft frisbee looks like a lot of fun. We have a frisbee that’s a huge ring and Honey keeps getting her leg caught in it when she brings it back to us. I think it’s time to find a better model.


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