Saturday, March 23, 2013

Do you know the way to Neah Bay?

Friday we drove along the tippy-top of the Olympic Peninsula.

I can see Canada from here!  That is Vancouver Island across the bay.

Spanish explorers landed in Neah Bay in 1791 and today it is home to the Makah Indian Reservation and headquarters.  Tons of fish come from this region, including ling cod, sea bass and salmon, but it is mostly known for the best halibut in the lower 48 states.
Our timing was good because the sun shone all day.  They get an average rainfall of 110 inches.  That's over 9 feet!  Fill your living room with water and see how you like it.  

What?  Tsunami? 
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