Travel Blogs from Sekiu
... smoker, still warm. True native American fare. The shack is in Neah Bay across from the Makah Mini Mart. See the photos. We had heard about this spot from Nina of Wheeling.it blog when they visited a couple weeks ago. Couldn't pass it up. We bought two slices for our lunch atop the front of jeep in the Cape Flattery parking lot.
Walking out to Cape Flattery point through through the ...
... weather before we make a go or no-go decision. But as chronicled in our last post, the weather doesn't always do what it's predicted to do. If we spend 10 hours getting to the next harbor and the bar isn't safe to cross our only option is to head out to sea for the night. That may sound scary but in reality the most dangerous place for a boat is when it's close to land.
Twice now we've had the good fortune to come across a whole ...
... for a gas station and missed it all together.
It's morning - this place doesn't look as scary as it did last night. Ok you may ask why Forks?!!! It's in the middle of nowhere. If you are an average teenage girl, you will know about Folks. The recent success of the "Twilight" series of novels and movies has put this place on the map - bringing average visitors to this town from ...
... of the rainforest. The Hoh is one of the finest remaining examples of temperate rainforest in the United States and is one of the park's most popular destinations. The Hall of Mosses Trail and the Spruce Nature Trail are the two most travelled trails in the Hoh Rain ...
We were conscious of time and were starting to get hungry so we set off for our next stop – Astoria – a town also made famous by the Goonies. If I’m being honest, it really wasn’t anything special. A few nice houses and some nice views along the Columbia River but not the sort of place I would recommend going unless you were passing through.
We sat and ate lunch along the waterfront in a restaurant called ...
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