Cape Flattery

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NW Wash., at the entrance to Juan de Fuca Strait; discovered in 1778 by Capt. James Cook. A lighthouse and the reservation of the Makah people are on the cape, where cliffs rise 120 ft (37 m) above the Pacific Ocean.
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Met at Cape Flattery by a large tug, the tall ship was towed up the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Sound to her appointment at a mill.
Form Cape Flattery all the way south to Kalaloch, the shoreline is either national park or Indian land.
Ita crossed the coast near Cape Flattery late Friday as a category four storm packing winds up to 230 kilometres per hour (140 miles per hour), tearing off roofs and uprooting trees.
Ita crossed late Friday as a category 4 system at Cape Flattery, 60 kilometers north of Cooktown and very sparcely populated.
embarked on their journey Memorial Day weekend from Cape Flattery, WA, and ended on Labor Day Weekend in Key West, FL.
7 | Cape Flattery Tribal Scenic Byway, Neah Bay, WA Paved two years ago, this road winds 11.
Fraser, Stradbroke and Moreton Islands, and Cape Flattery on Cape York have all been subject to sand mining.