“The world’s smallest harbor,” reads the sign on the Depoe Bay bridge. Below, there's a path to the wide Pacific Ocean, through which boats filled with tourists leave every hour to see at least one out of the 20,000 gray whales that are migrating from Baja California, Mexico, to Alaska.
Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019 — Salem, Oregon.
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