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Return of the KrakenThe Kraken’s back, striking awe and a little fear into the hearts of sailors everywhere. But this fearsome monster of the deep isn’t all bad! After all, it surfaces only rarely and this time, it’s bringing a deep-sea fortune with it. So ready yourself for Return of the Kraken—and a chance at a top prize of $75,000!
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Beyond the Kraken: Projects on the Pacific
Cape Lookout State Park: The Place to Beachcomb
Cape Lookout State Park has it all. You’ll find it just 12 miles southwest of Tillamook, the perfect hunting ground for sand dollars, starfish and glass floats. Keep an eye out for whales, sea lions, dolphins. Cape Lookout might also provide you the perfect spot for watching an amazing sunset. Lottery dollars help support Cape Lookout and its sisters in the Three Capes Scenic Route, Cape Kiwanda and Cape Meares. Cape Lookout is a 1.5-mile-long peninsula formed from an ancient lava flow. This makes it what some have called, “the best spot on the coast for whale watching.” After all, when the grey whales migrate along the coast, they have to detour around the cape, giving visitors plenty of opportunities to spot them. This park has plenty of picnic tables for the casual visitor, but there are also more than 8 miles of trails for those who are feeling more active. When the tides go down, it’s time to go beachcombing. While you’ll likely find crabs and shells, you may also spot starfish, sand dollars and glass floats. And if you get a chance, stick around to watch the sun disappear into the ocean. The beautiful sunsets seen from Cape Lookout have been described as “meditative” and are the perfect end to your day at the park.
Coos History Museum
The Coos County Historical Society had the opportunity to purchase the Central Dock from Coos Bay. This dock was located in an ideal spot for a waterfront museum. But taking it from its dilapidated condition to something that could serve the public would take a lot of work. The property had originally been tidal wetlands that had been filled-in prior to 1900. Since then it had a long history of commercial and industrial use, which meant metal and petroleum contamination needed to be addressed. With a Lottery funded grant, the Historical Society removed contaminated materials and implemented environmental controls to ensure the land and buildings met all requirements. In 2014, the museum opened its doors to the public. The museum features exhibits, a research library and space for classes. It also serves as a community center, even hosting the annual Winter Farmers Market. It stands as a centerpiece in the restoration of Coos Bay’s historic waterfront district.
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Ahoy, me hearties! Ready yer sea legs for an adventurous trip into Pirates Bay! This $2 ticket is a veritable pirates map to lost treasure. Match up your symbols to any of the winning symbols and you could win up to $12,000 — plenty of loot to stock up a pirates rum keg or fill his treasure chest to overflowing. Run the Jolly Roger up the main mast and join the pirates for high seas fun!
Boogie down to that dolphin sound. Get funky like a pirate’s flunky. You’ll dig this cast of undersea characters that include funkadelic fish, an outa-sight octopus DJ and the dy-no-mite Disco Dolphin getting his groove on under the shimmering light of the mirror ball. The bell-bottom line on game is that it features a free spin bonus and a Disco Dolphin Dance Off bonus! Get your platform flippers laced up and navigate over to your neighborhood Video Lottery to experience the thrill of the Disco Dolphin.
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Kathleen MLa Pine, 07/04/20
Kathleen remembers her mom by continuing to play their favorite games