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Sekiu is a world-famous recreational fishing destination complete with all the services needed to catch a big fish. Sekiu is located in-between Port Angeles and Cape Flattery (see the map below). Other recreational activities in Sekiu include hiking, surfing, kayaking, scuba diving and beach combing. Bird watchers are often rewarded with puffins, marbled murrelets, thousands of coastal birds, migrating swans and hundreds of bald eagles that spend winters on this coast. Gray and humpback whales, Orca whales and sea otters are a few of the plentiful marine species that might be seen in this area.
The two RV Gypsies passed through this area with a quick stop at Sekiu Overlook on their way to Cape Flattery. While at the overlook, Lee and Ilse looked for whales. They did not see any. Karen took a few photos, of course.
Rosie is the local mascot that overlooks Sekiu. (Note: Rosie could use a make-up touch-up)
Below: Big rocks in the bay that the two RV Gypsies will see from a different angle when they get to Cape Flattery. Those photos and more can be seen and chosen from the link at the bottom of this page which will go back to the main Washington state menu.