Cape Flattery in Washington state is not, in fact, a place to go when you’re feeling insecure and need some praise.
It is the northwestern-most point in the lower 48, and also? It’s absolutely gorgeous.
It sits on the Strait of Juan de Fuca (best said out loud with an Inigo Montoya accent) and the Olympic peninsula and is well worth the drive. The nearest town is Neah Bay, part of the Makah Reservation, and here’s what the Makah people get to look at every day:
And here’s the cove at Cape Flattery:
Next up, I think I’ll tackle the photos from Olympic National Park, and there are a lot. Until then.
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