Why don't more people live along the Oregon coast line?
I was noticing that Coos Bay, a town along Oregon's coast, has the largest population of any Oregon coastal town. It was true back in 2010 I believe, but the population wasn't that big. It really surprised me, and I wonder if anyone has thoughts on why that is. For instance, wouldn't it be a great place for people to retire, even if there wasn't work there in their younger years?
The Oregon coastline is beautiful but there is a lot of rain, cloudy day, fog, dampness etc--all year long. Oregon is known for dreary weather. I used to live there when I was a girl. So if a person wants coastline and sunshine, So. Calif. is a the one, as least on the west coast.
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