9781632171443, Related ISBNs: 1632171430, 1632171449, 9781632171436, 9781632171443
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Synopsis: Explore and celebrate the Pacific Northwest coast like a local with this visual treat of an adventure guide that includes activities, crafts and recipes.
From whale watching to squid jigging to making your own sea salt or fish prints, this adventure guide celebrates the wild beauty of the Northwest Coast. Learn how to catch and cook seasonal seafood, including recipes that can be prepared over a driftwood fire, enjoy beach activities for adults and kids, learn the basics of water sports like kayaking and paddleboarding, and get ideas for outdoor adventure opportunities and travel itineraries from paddle camping to beach hikes to road trips. Also includes wildlife ID guides and seasonal natural events like meteor showers and the solstice and oceanside festivals.
By the Shore covers the coastal areas of Oregon (from Astoria to Florence); Washington (including Puget Sound and the Olympic Peninsula); and British Columbia, Canada (including Vancouver Island). Gorgeously illustrated with line drawings and color photographs, it's eye candy for the armchair adventurer, as well as a practical guide to take with you on your next outing.
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