In the rock gardens

Posted by Ken Campbell February 17, 2010 0 Comment 876 views

The Juan de Fuca Pillar, named for the old Greek navigator, is one of the most prominent of the many stacks and offshore rocks in the Cape Flattery area. When other early explorers like Cook and Vancouver came calling, one of the few landmarks they had already on their patchwork charts was this distinctive stone needle. It lies just south of the cape, where the coastline starts to get really interesting.

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