Cook’s Chasm Bridge — Lynn and Judy’s Bridge Walking Blog

Our 16th Bridge. Cape Perpetua, just south of Yachats. June 2020. For at least 6,000 years, the Alsea people inhabited the area around Cape Perpetua. They called the cape Halaqaik which roughly means open or exposed place. Then in 1778 Captain James Cook gave the promontory its present name in honor of Saint Perpetua. Long […]

Cook’s Chasm Bridge — Lynn and Judy’s Bridge Walking Blog

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