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Cape Flattery, Makah Tribe, Neah Bay, Washington



You do have to get a pass to travel on these tribal lands. We got ours at the local grocery store. The hike, the views & everything having to do with this area is so worth the price. I will allow you to go back up & drool over those views again. I have so many shots that I could have & would have shared, but you might go Washington overload. Is that possible??! I think not.


Please take a listen to this video of our hike & the amazing views. Be sure to turn up the volume to listen to the birds, winds, boats, & waves. So many amazing sounds. Enjoy your day! Beth  ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello, Beth! This was one of my favorite views while visiting Washington state and it's coastline. Beautiful images and video. Have a great day and new week ahead!
lynn cockrell said…
Washington state is a place I want to visit. This is a great post and video, Beth!
Tanya Breese said…
that water shot, beautiful beth!!
Linda Kay said…
Goodness, that water is sooooo blue in your photo.
Pamela Gordon said…
Hi Beth! I enjoyed your video of your trip to this beautiful coastline in Washington. I love the ocean and it is interesting to see this rugged coastline you shared. Enjoy your week. Pam
Rose said…
Post all the photos you want of Washington...I will enjoy them. Looks to be a wonderful place.
Ruth Hiebert said…
Amazing video and stills.The area is gorgeous.
William Kendall said…
What a magnificent landscape!
You really have visited some wonderful places!!! So lovely to be able to travel along with you like this. xx
Missy George said…
Gorgeous scenery..Great pictures...
TexWisGirl said…
just gorgeous.
genie said…
I was able to view the video and the second photo but not the first darn’it. This could be Oregon. Everywhere you go is Tribal land in WA. I wanted Ridgie to take in into one of the casinos for the fun of it, but he wouldn’t. Did you go over to Bainbridge Island when you were in Seattle. That is where he lives. Your picture makes me want to go back out there so badly, but my fear of flying has returned after a deathly flight to Seattle and will not fly anymore. If Bud and I would drive I would return. So I am depending upon you to help me see the state. Loved the video.
Linda said…
Beautiful place! Nice that the tribe has control of the land.
Lynn said…
wonderful, when I see shots like these I kinda wonder why I ever left ;-) (BC that is)
Judy said…
So pretty! We have been to Washington State but haven't seen enough of it.
don said…
I think it's good to feel that way about a place you've enjoyed.
How beautiful! I'd pay to go there, too. (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!
Ida said…
I have never visited this part of WA state (My home state) but man I want to. Those views were awesome!
A Joyful Chaos said…
Absolutely gorgeous! I really want to visit there someday!
Another gorgeous adventure for you two!...:)JP
Gunilla Bäck said…
How can anyone possibly get enough of those goegeous views? Great video!
Maggid said…
It's been a very long time since my feet have been in a place like this . .
how nice of you to share with us - and cause me to soar inside . . .
love & love,
-g-

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