Posted by: ramblinmanjimj | June 17, 2009

Long Beach Peninsula, WA

Yesterday Mary and I explored the 28 mile long, Long Beach Peninsula.

The Long Beach Peninsula as seen by Google Earth.

First stop was the Washington State University’s Cranberry Farm and Museum. Then on to Nahcotta, WA, the Oyster Capital of the World. Four miles north we toured Oysterville, one of the oldest communities in the state established in 1854. Then to the City of Long Beach where we saw the World’s Largest Frying Pan, visited Marsh’s Free Museum (a really unusual place), and the Kite Museum. Every year Long Beach hosts an International Kite Competition.

When we returned to our campsite we enjoyed the great oysters and clams we bought at the Oysterville Seafood Farm.

Here’s the plaque of Oysterville.

This plaque shows the layout of Oysterville.

They say a picture is woth a thousand words, so you can see all 45,000 words (photos), by clicking this link. At 3 seconds per photo, you can view the entire slide show in a little more than two minutes.

For more information about this area, click this link, then click the cities and tows links:

All original material Copyright – Jim Jaillet 2009
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