Sekiu, Washington: Killer Whale Lawn Pod

A scaled-down pod of Killer Whales appear to be splashing in and out of the front yard of a private home. Not your typical lawn decoration.
Hwy 112, Sekiu, WA
On the south (land) side of Hwy 112, either 6.5 miles west of Sekiu or 11.5 miles east of Neah Bay.
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Killer Whale Lawn Pod

There is a pod of killer whales frolicking in a front yard on the south side of WA Hwy 112 between mileposts 8 and 9. It is west of Sekiu, the home of Gil and Rosie the half-human fish statues. Best seen in the daylight hours and unless you know it's coming you can easily miss it. If you're headed out to Cape Flattery you will go right past it.

[Phrank Phester, 10/11/2013]

Nearby Offbeat Places

Gil the Running FishGil the Running Fish, Sekiu, WA - 6 mi.
Beach Junk Tower and MuseumBeach Junk Tower and Museum, Forks, WA - 23 mi.
Forks Timber Museum, Loggers MemorialForks Timber Museum, Loggers Memorial, Forks, WA - 25 mi.
In the region:
Carved Tree Faces, Port Angeles, WA - 47 mi.

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