C is for Cape Flattery and just in time for ABC Wednesday. Thank you to Mrs. Nesbitt and to the ABC Team!
This is a photo heavy post but you don’t get out to the North Western most point in the contiguous United States every day!
You need to buy a $10.00 parking pass at any of several spots on the Makah Indian Reservation before you drive out to the Cape Flattery trail head.
Strollers and wheelchairs will not be able to manage this trail. It is an easy trail otherwise except for managing a lot of exposed tree roots.
There were a few nice viewing stations. The final one had a rope ladder 3-4 step climb to get to.
We enjoyed the walk/hike to these beach views.
We had a few days of some rainfall which our lawn and plants enjoyed. We are back in a sunnier pattern again.
Joining Kati for July photo-a-day challenge.
19. Black and White
23. An ordinary moment
25. Far away
The Cape Flattery light house in the distance on Tatoosh Island at the entrance to the Strait of Juan de Fuca between Vancouver Island in Canada and the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.
Yeehaw! We got a good amount of rain last night instead of just a drizzle. It’s nice to see the streets wet for a change and the droplets of water on the plants! Have a great weekend everyone!
Signs encountered in the month of July traveling and taking company sight seeing in Seattle!
From the Bill and Melinda Gates visitor center in Seattle.
Tourist happenings in downtown Seattle.
A classic car wash in downtown Seattle!
And then outside of Seattle to the very northwestern edge of the contiguous United States, Dear and I had a little getaway to the Olympic Peninsula.
At the Cape Flattery Trail head.
Later this week or early next week I’ll share the beautiful views of Cape Flattery and the lighthouse.
While on the Olympic Peninsula we also stopped at some beautiful lavender farms in Sequim, Washington. This Grosso lavender is a full fluffy variety. I’ll be sharing a post of the lavender farms we visited later, too.
Not a real clear photo through our windshield but this bumper sticker made me smile on our way back to the ferry that would bring us home from our adventure. Homer Alaska A Quaint little drinking village with a fishing problem.!
I’m adding this post to signs, signs by Lesley! Thanks Lesley!