Cape Flattery


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a cape of northwestern Washington

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The weary Commodore finally came within a hundred miles of Cape Flattery and, this time, the Goliah successfully took her in tow.
Cape Flattery Fishermen's Cooperative: capeflattery@centurytel.
A week later, a second Japanese submarine, 1-25, torpedoed SS Fort Camosun, a Canadian-built freighter bound for England from Vancouver on her maiden voyage with a cargo of lumber, 70 miles off Cape Flattery.
From the center, a road leads through Neah Bay to a parking spot where you can walk to Cape Flattery, the northwest corner of the contiguous United States.
CureTour 2000, Benefiting the Lance Armstrong Foundation is a 4,500-mile, eight-week coast-to-coast cycling project beginning in Cape Flattery, Washington, and ending in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
A week later, a second Japanese submarine, I-25, torpedoed Fort Camosun, a Canadian-built freighter bound for England from Vancouver on her maiden voyage with a cargo of lumber, seventy miles south-west of Cape Flattery.
Take a late-afternoon walk to Point Loma or Point Reyes or Cannon Beach or Cape Flattery.
If you follow Front Street west out of town, it runs onto an 18-mile unpaved loop around Cape Flattery.
Visit Cape Flattery, where the surf drowns out your voice, and imagine what it would be like to live on Tatoosh Island, off-limits to visitors.
Emergency crews are now assessing the extent of damaged from Cyclone Ita even as a cyclone warning is still effective for coastal areas from Cape Flattery to Cardwell, including Cooktown, Port Douglas and Cairns as well as inland areas, including Mareeba and Chillagoe.