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December 21, 2017 / Marguerite Cleveland / Northwest Miltary

Winter storm watching: Experience the stunning Semiahmoo Resort

Storm watching by its very nature involves bad weather, and the more dramatic the storm the better. When choosing a place to stay, a full-service resort makes the most sense because while you may want to watch the storm, you don't want to drive in it. The Semiahmoo Resort fits the bill with a facility that is jam-packed with activities and amenities. Located about two-and-a-half hours from Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), Blaine is the perfect distance for a weekend getaway. Located on the Washington coast between Semiahmoo Bay and Drayton Harbor, the resort sits on a long spit of land that allows water views from both sides of the hotel. On the western side, watch storms roll in across Semiahmoo Bay, obscuring your view of Canada, while on the eastern side the stunning views of Mount Baker disappear as storm clouds rush in. Read the full feature here. 

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