Yesterday, we drove west on Washington Highway 112, the Juan de Fuca Scenic Byway, until we could drove no farther. It was a drive through rural Washington almost to the northwest tip of the United States.
|Joyce General Store|
|A Sea Stack|
After about 50 miles of this scenery, the road moved closer to the water and we began to have nice views of the strait. Dotting the shoreline were small fishing villages. The largest of these was Sekiu. We stopped there for a cup of coffee and didn’t find much of a village. Every available space along both sides of the road was occupied by either a boat or an RV. Folks had turned out in force for the Labor Day weekend.
|Marina at Sekiu|
|Near Cape Flattery|
Today is a rest day. I have some laundry to do, but the real plan is to rest. Late this afternoon, we will wander over to Sequim in the hopes of finding something for dinner at the Three Crabs Restaurant.