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Your Olympic Peninsula treasure hunt might take you to the jail cell where Jack London slept the night before he disembarked Port Townsend for the Alaskan gold rush. You may not rest until you do pushups with Mayo at the Port Townsend fort in Officer and A Gentleman, pluck chickens at Ma and Pa Kettle's farm on the Egg & I road near Center, or pick mushrooms at the Humptulips monastery where Brother Dallas searched for the "meaning of meaning" in Another Roadside Attraction.



Treasures await you at every turn on your trip around The Loop, surfing in LaPush, vampires in Forks and JLO in Port Townsend before you reach Nirvana in Aberdeen. You won't want to stop until you learn who claims title to Iron Man of the Hoh, see where Lady Washington sleeps and find out how Port Townsend cast Dune upon the world.

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What did Captain Vancouver discover at Discovery Bay, which he named for his ship Discovery by the way? What washed away the native village at Ozette, known for its beaches of gold? You may find answers at peninsula treasures, on a beach, at a museum or deep in thought at Chief Seattle's grave.


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