Saturday, August 8, 2020

Saunders Fine Arts POTD - Cape Flattery Rainforest Trail, Neah Bay, Washington, Makah Reservation

In keeping with reminiscing about our 2016 trip to Washington on our Plein Air Streaming page today, here are some images of a day we spent hiking the Cape Flattery rain forest trail on the northwestern tip of the Olympic Peninsula at Neah Bay, Washington on the Makah Reservation.

This area about an hour-and-half away from Port Angeles, Washington is still the most beautiful place we have ever been in the U.S., and we look forward to camping there again some day. If you book the right spot at the Salt Creek Recreation Area, you are literally on a cliff overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca, an outlet to the Pacific Ocean.

The most northwestern point of the continental United States. 

Patrick Saunders standing next to one of the might giants on the Cape Flattery rain forest trail.

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