Yesterday we continued to explore landmarks along the coast, this time traveling north from Lincoln city where we are currently parked. Our tour book has been The Original Highway 101 Mile by Mile Guide. Pacific City is famous for the dory boats which are loaded directly into the surf. For over a century the boats have gone from this harbor to fish on the open sea. After 1927 larger surf boats were needed for commercial fishing, called double enders. They required two sets of oars, later a motor well was added near the stern. The harbor, called Cape Kiwanda, is pictured below. Large sand dunes mark this area.