To drive home the danger, myth, and majesty of the Makah, drive back to the Cape Flattery trailhead and hike three-quarters of a mile, mostly on a cedar boardwalk, through the forest to the Cape. . . . It's the northwesternmost point in the continental United States.
-- From the author's Introduction to Turning Down the Sound: Travel Escapes in Washington's Small Towns by Foster Church, published by OSU Press.
Turning Down the Sound is a must-have guide to exploring Washington state. It makes an excellent companion to Foster's earlier book, Discovering Main Street: Travel Adventures in Small Towns of the Northwest.
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