2017 May

The Peninsula in Photos

Larry Workman has been photographing the landscape of Grays Harbor and the Olympic Peninsula for more than 40 years. Besides their obvious value as art, his images provide a priceless record of the natural history of the … Read More

The Westport Maritime Museum

Take a lazy, 30-minute jaunt around the south side of Grays Harbor from Aberdeen to Westport and you might find yourself wandering along the water’s edge of the Westhaven Cove Marina. On the southwestern end of your walk, just past … Read More

A dream washed away

The 1908 poster for the Moclips Beach Hotel featured a buxom bathing beauty rising from the ocean waves, promoting the remote seaside destination as a resort for health and pleasure.

The fanciful image captured the colorful ambition and vision … Read More

Westport’s Catch

Merino’s Seafood Market feels spare – concrete floors and white walls.  A small window looks into its factory, where workers process fish they pull from big plastic tubs of a catch just unloaded at the dock a block away.  The … Read More

The way to roll is to stop once in a while

The irony of driving through some of the most scenic country on the Washington Coast is that at 55 mph it can all look the same. Any good drive needs a few spots where you can pull off and experience … Read More

Get your walking shoes on and go volkssporting

Grab your favorite walking shoes, rain gear, hat, gloves and sun glasses and join other walkers from across the United States and British Columbia for the Seabreeze Walking Festival in Ocean Shores over the long weekend of Feb. 18-20, 2017.

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