Bay Motel

Address: 15562 Rte 112, Sekiu, Washington, 98381, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 15562 Rte 112, Sekiu.
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    Travel Blogs from Sekiu

    Relaxation in Duc Hot Springs Resort

    A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Aug 20, 2014

    8 photos

    ... to spare in spots. The signs of warning we had encountered the night before did not exaggerate. Halfway around the Lake we stopped for a few hours and set our on a lovely hike along Barnes Creek to Marymere Falls. There was a very helpful Park Ranger who informed us of a little known bike path leaving Sol Duc Hot Springs that would lead us to 101. He even personally watched our bikes when we went hiking! ...

    Day trip to The Sooke Potholes.

    A travel blog entry by clboyce on Dec 05, 2013

    3 photos

    Myself and fellow Aussie friend, Kyra ventured to the Sooke Potholes via Shelbourne and Mckenzie. We caught the 26 bus (Docklands via Uptown), transferring to the 50 bus (towards Langford) at Douglas and Pandora NS and eventually transferring to a smaller shuttle bus number 64 (towards East Sooke) at the Langford exchange bus bay. The bus drivers are very friendly and helpful majority of the time, so if you tell them that you want to go to the Sooke Potholes ...

    Deep Lake

    A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Aug 01, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... Falls trail. It is not certain whether the lake was named for its crescent shape or for its proximity to Crescent Bay, which was named by Henry Kellett in 1846. In 1849 two British–Canadian fur trappers, John Sutherland and John Everett, forged inland from Crescent Bay. The two lakes they found became known as Lake Sutherland and Everett Lake. Later, Everett Lake was renamed Lake Crescent.

    G.I.-Jane-mom and Seattle underground

    A travel blog entry by marcuslindberg on Apr 21, 2013

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... western saloon bar where they started to talk alittle about the tour before we went outside on the street and down into underground walkways. Interesting to see was for one thing and original toilet from the 19th century. The history about the great Seattle fire, backfireing toilets and raising the streetlevel was very interesting and I really recommend googling it up and reading about it! :) After the tour we took the ferry back to Bainbridge and carried on ...

    Forks & Sol Duc

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Aug 08, 2012

    3 photos

    ... maps, planning his hike for the next day. He'd also managed to get some reduced tickets to the hot springs for tomorrow for the first few people who came to him...Laura and I were first in here queue, haha! After an epic dinner of sausages, fried potatoes and maple bacon beans done over the fire, we all settled round the campfire to play a game of 'the village'. Angeline had been wanting us to play games together for ages, and lots of ...