Brinnon Washington

Brinnon Washington, population 803, is a small town that hugs a good stretch of the northwest shore of the Hood Canal. With reason Brinnon bills itself the "Emerald Town of the Hood Canal." Emerging from the encompassing green forest makes the open blue water and sky seem all the more spectacular. But additionally, the Hood Canal is lined with multiple emerald tidelands amongst the thousand creeks, rivers and rivulets running from the nearby mountains into the sound.

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