Just before the 101 veers inland after winding its way up the coast of Washington's Olympic Peninsula, a smallish spur road leads down to Ruby Beach, an immense expanse of sand broken by dramatic rock outcrops and the tangled remains of cedar and fir trees. When the fog rolls in off the Pacific, the atmosphere is both otherworldly and exhilarating.
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