Negative tides are scheduled for this week in the Pacific Northwest. If you live or are RVing near Puget Sound or the Straight of Juan de Fuca be sure and take advantage of them. Crabbing season just opened in northern Puget Sound on July 1st. You can only crab Wednesday through Saturday of each week. The next opportunity to crab will be Wednesday, July 7th. I plan on following the tide out dipping crabs out of the eel grass along the way. They have had all spring to get nice and fat! Once I have my limit of crabs, I will switch to digging butter clams. There is nothing better than sitting around the campfire with friends and family eating fresh seafood you harvested yourself. If you are not a lover of seafood, take advantage of the low tides to make the 5 mile hike on Dungeness Spit to visit the lighthouse and it’s friendly volunteer caretakers. http://rvlife.com/index.php/Travel/dungeness-spit-nothing-to-crab-about.html Take a lunch and make a day out of it. If enjoy visiting historic lighthouses and hiking is not for you, check out the lighthouse at Point No Point. http://rvlife.com/index.php/Travel/picturesque-point.html Once you have visited the lighthouse you can search for beach treasures exposed by the low tide. Low tides offer adventures for RVers of all types, so get our there and enjoy them!
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