The North Olympic Peninsula has a rich history of dairy and cattle farms, fishing, and logging going back well over one hundred years. We have a lot of fields that are wide open spaces where cattle still graze, and believe it or not, some of those cows have gorgeous water and mountain views! I know, it’s ridiculous. We also have some 100+ year old farm houses and cabins that are still quite livable. I love this kind of history. Alongside Highway 112 west of Port Angeles this little old house stands as a testimony of another time. Oh, if this house could only talk . . .
Last Updated on July 27, 2012 by Chuck Marunde
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