Neah Bay & Port Angeles

Neah Bay is a census-designated place (CDP) on the Makah Indian reservation in Clallam County, Washington, United States. Port Angeles is a city in and the county seat of Clallam County, Washington, United States. The population was 19,038 at the 2010 census. 5.0/5

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~ CALLING ALL 12's ~ The Olympic Peninsula Sea Hawkers Have had an AWESOME first year celebrating Our Super Bowl Champs! SHOW your Seahawks Pride ~ Join Today! ~ This is the Official Booster Club for the Seattle Seahawks Organization. They have a direct link on the Seahawks Website. We are 1 of 47 Chapters including Chapters in Canada, England, Mexico and Germany and a Military Chapter. We have 111 members from Port Angeles, Sequim, Clallam Bay, Neah Bay, Forks, Cincinnati and Reno. Some of the Benefits include: a 15% discount at the Seattle Team Store across the St from the Stadium, an opportunity to get a Pre Game Field Pass before a Home Game, A chance to win An Authentic Seahawk Autographed Football, the Opportunity to participate in Seahawks events throughout the year. This past year: • Some of us attended and participated in the All Club Annual Chili Cook-off at the King Street Bar & Grill across from the Stadium. • We Hosted a Seahawks Playoff Rally before the 49er playoff in January. • Membe ...
Big prep football week next week: Neah Bay at Lummi, Port Townsend at Klahowya for the league title, and, of course, Sequim at Port Angeles.
A.W. of Neah Bay, WA Just Bought a New 2012 from a dealer in Port Angeles, WA for $36,418.00!
Having a great time with my honey just spending some wonderful time together. Chilling out at a gorgeous B & B in Port Angeles and heading for Neah Bay in the morning for our first look at the Pacific in Washington. Helped serve Thanksgiving meal at Serenity House in Port Angeles and got to spend some nice time with a Coast Guard couple and share stories. Missing all the family but enjoying the time together. :)
I LOVE CANADA! Once I got there, that is. Arising at 4am in Neah Bay, getting on the road by 6, and arriving in Port Angeles at 7:40 in time to catch the ferry to Victoria. The trip was uneventful (except for eating leftover clam strips and chips for breakfast [bad] and seeing a harbor porpoise [good]) until I got to customs, and the agent DID NOT LIKE ME! He had me drive into a secluded stall where I was interrogated for 15 minutes! Once released, I easily got Canadian cash, and drove into the Cowichan Valley for wine tasting; I hit every winery open on a Tuesday, including one I convinced to open just for me! I checked into my room in Cowichan Bay, bought some local cheeses, and had dinner at The Masthead Restaurant. Amazing dinner! My first raw oysters of the trip, and they were perfection! A salad with smoked salmon and some of that local cheese; delicious! And, yes, a whole Dungneess crab! Dungeness are out of season in the US, so I was thrilled to find them available on Vancouver Island! ...
I had a great time in Neah Bay, Lake Ozette and Port Angeles, WA. I am now in Seattle, staying with a friend for a few days. Seattle doesn't have the Eiffel Tower, but there is the Space Needle. Tomorrow, I will walk around town. Thursday, my friend Ted and I will go up to Vancouver for the day.
// already running late for work and we still had to drive up to Port Angeles from Neah Bay.~ .. are you ready?
ednesday, 05 September 2012 Heading Northwest The journey on which I will embark tomorrow has been in the works for little over a year now. It has definite spiritual aspects, which have come up fairly recently: Baha'i events in San Francisco and Glenwood Springs, CO, which I will discuss with those who are interested; visits with Baha'i and other friends in Reno, the East Bay, Eugene, Portland, Neah Bay, WA, Seattle, Vancouver, Jackson, WY; stops in Las Vegas, Tonopah, Hawthorne, NV, Lake Tahoe, Santa Rosa, Eureka,CA, along the Oregon coast, Aberdeen, WA, Port Angeles, Kelowna,BC, Spokane, Moscow, ID, Boise, Idaho Falls and Rock Springs, WY, any of which might entail spending time with online friends and all of which will be memorable, regardless. The people matter more than the scenery, which will appear in all my posts, nonetheless. It's not the destination that matters, it's the process.
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