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Monthly Archives: December 2017

Grays Harbor: A Beachcomber’s Paradise

Written on December 27, 2017 at 5:39 pm, by

  Looking north from Moclips, you can see the sea stacks off Point Grenville that are part of the Copalis National Wildlife Refuge. Photo credit: Dani Dooley Grays Harbor: A Beachcomber’s Paradise By Dani Dooley Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Grays Harbor’s 50 miles of ocean coastline are a beachcomber’s paradise. Treasures range from  Continue Reading »

Tips for Storm Watching on the Washington Coast

Written on December 4, 2017 at 9:44 pm, by

    Each year, when summer ends and the clouds once again cover Grays Harbor, a number of locals and visitors start getting excited for the return of inclement weather. Like clockwork, fall and winter storms stack up over the Pacific Ocean, making a beeline straight for the sandy shores of our region. While some  Continue Reading »

How and Where to Clam Dig on the Washington Coast

Written on December 4, 2017 at 6:28 pm, by

  While the best low tide clamming days may see some crowds, this is a truly Pacific Northwest experience. Photo credit: NOAA How and Where to Clam Dig on the Washington Coast   Along the Washington Coast, the razor clam digging season is upon us. With the return of the rain and cold weather, hearty  Continue Reading »

Where to Hunt Mushrooms in Grays Harbor County

Written on December 4, 2017 at 6:26 pm, by

  A local favorite, Chicken in the Woods is easily found around Grays Harbor’s forests. Photo credit: Douglas Scott Where to Hunt Mushrooms in Grays Harbor County   All around Grays Harbor amazing outdoor opportunities await those who are searching. Some find solace in the rivers or along the coast. Others find their happiness foraging  Continue Reading »