Curley's Resort and Dive Center
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... After a breakfast of blueberries and a banana, we headed west towards Neah Bay on the Makah Indian Nation. As we drive along the Strait of Juan de Fuca, we begin to get a sense of the vastness at the end of the continent.
An eagle sits perched atop a fir tree searching the coastline. We stop to photograph the Bullman Beach coastline. (see photo).
The 70 mile drive tortuously ...
... a narrow, twisting, two lane road. That’s when the tour group starting grousing and wanted to know how much further. I assured them it was only a couple of miles to the end of the road where there was a short hike out to the cape. Welllll, not exactly. The drive was about 6 miles that seemed like 20. We reached the parking lot and the sign said it was a short .5 mile hike on accessible trails and boardwalks. ...
... is to encourage all people to consider where we began, where we are today, and give thought to the world we want our children to inherit. The added bonus is their chase boats are anchored out as well. The natives travel in good company. Their chase boats are the Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain, our two tall ships from Grey's Harbor, Washington. It's very cool for a boater to be anchored right next to these gorgeous historical vessels.
... then to go for a cold swim as Jen and I looked on with a tincture of nervous energy. At the approximate location where she had swum, the ocean water had receded nearly a thousand feet from the shore. The waves were smaller, clearer, and more shallow. This recession made it possible for me to walk to the other side of the sea stack. It looked more dramatic. With a creative imagination, I pointed out to Thinh that it looked a lot like ...
... lost Emma. Mike took a trail up to the wildflower meadow while Linda had Emma on lease walking near the back of the Visitors' Center to see another part of the ridge, where Mount Ranier could be seen in the distance. Earlier we had seen a black-tailed deer roaming the parking lot and roadways while visitors tried to scare it back to the woods. The deer was now close by on the far side of a 2-foot high stone barrier between the Center’s back patio and a ...