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Makah Indian Reservation
Washington


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Makah Museum in Neah Bay

Makah Museum in Neah Bay

The Makah Museum, which does not allow cameras inside, houses a unique collection. An Indian village at Ozette was buried in a mudlfow several hundred years ago, preserving numerous artifacts, including perishable materials such as wood, leather, and fabric.

Neah Bay, Makah Indian Reservation, Washington

Date photographed: August 10, 2016

Neah Bay Harbor

Neah Bay Harbor

The spacious and safe harbor at Neah Bay is home to a fishing fleet and an important U.S. Coast Guard base.

Neah Bay, Makah Indian Reservation, Washington

Date photographed: August 10, 2016

Old pier in Neah Bay

Old pier in Neah Bay

West of the new pier and docks there is a pier built in the 1940's, declared unsafe and abandoned.

Neah Bay, Makah Indian Reservation, Washington

Date photographed: August 10, 2016

Neah Bay on a sunny morning

Neah Bay on a sunny morning

Bright sun is a rare treat in this foggy corner of the state.

Neah Bay, Makah Indian Reservation, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

Hobuck Beach south of Cape Flattery

Hobuck Beach south of Cape Flattery

Broad Hobuck Beach shelters behind high Cape Flattery.

Makah Indian Reservation, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

Reflections at Hobuck Beach

Reflections at Hobuck Beach

Flat sands of Hobuck Beach, sheltered by a rocky reef, make for wonderful reflections in the intervals between waves.

Makah Indian Reservation, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

Barnacle-encrusted rocks at Hobuck Beach

Barnacle-encrusted rocks at Hobuck Beach

These rocks are far from the surf at low tide, but the level of barnacle encrustation indicates high tide wave levels.

Makah Indian Reservation, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

Tire tracks on Tsoo Yess Beach

Tire tracks on Tsoo Yess Beach

Tsoo Yess Beach is the southern continuation of Hobuck Beach.

Makah Indian Reservation, Washington

Date photographed: August 11, 2016

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