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... native canoes pulled up on the beach. They were in Port Angeles and now they are here in Neah Bay. The canoeists are members of several First Nation tribes in Washington and British Columbia. They are headed down the coast to Taholah as part of the "Paddle to Quinault 2013." 2013 marks the 225th anniversary of the first contact between the newly independent United States and the coastal cultures of the Pacific Northwest. The purpose of ...
... beautiful beach I have ever seen, Second Beach. But before, seeing Second Beach, I must visit the First Beach. It sits smack in the middle of the Quileute Tribe village. Small, quiet, and peaceful. The short drive, as I am entering the beach, is stunning. I must keep my eyes on the road and avoid veering myself into the very nearby cliff!! Yikes!
About an hour later - wow, that ...
... The bridge was having a bit of construction/maintenance done on it so there was a bit of traffic and a lot of workman. One of which whistled and stared at us as we drove passed. So cringe!
The 'Welcome to Washington’ sign was a bit rubbish so we didn’t really stop to take a picture and instead we just got a quick driving photo as we passed by. The ****** sign didn’t really matter as tbe scenery was just amazing. You could ...
... pitched it to us). Apparently he likes to have competitions with his trek groups as to who can find the weirdest or craziest item for $1....this game is how he ended up with a solar powered hula girl on the dashboard of the van haha. We all had to pick an item and keep it secret, then reveal it back on the van, and Graeme would pick a winner. Some of the entries included: - Inflatable basketball towel - Claire - Crocodile driving hat - ...
... by ferry.... And even nicer to be met by a nephew as we disembarked, looking so smart in his business suit!
Yesterday we drove from Port Angeles along the coast through the Olympic National Forest and on to the most westerly part of the peninsula, Neah Bay. Saw on the map that there is a tribal reservation there, so thought that it could be interesting... But it was awful - a bit like a Cape Flats scene! The road, ...
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