A Harbor View Inn
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... then hit the road north towards Raymond Washington. The US101 coastline road was great. The paving was a little rough in spots but overall lots of fun, curvy and cool. There were a few times the road went inland through farm country with cattle, horses, lakes and rivers... but always beautiful.
Lori Hoyle (she and her husband Dave are avid long distance riders) commented on The ONE Ride Facebook page that we had to stop at ...
... through the Quinalt Indian Reservation. The point at which we decided to stop for the night was a spot where US-101S was not next to the Pacific,, so we had to make a turn to head further west.. the name of the town where we made this turn was called Humptulips, WA. I don't know where they get some of these names, but that was the actual name.
It was a short ride on Wa-109 and WA-115 to Ocean Shores, WA. A typical Washington ...
... born in 1980, making the 90's the era where I discovered musical independence from my parents. While I never understood the Cobain-worship, Nevermind contributed significantly to the 1991 that turned my world upside down. With Metallica's black album, GnR's Use Your Illusion, Pearl Jam's Ten...rock and roll.
Besides the welcome sign, the town ...
... without a stop at beach in Olympic National Park. After hiking down to the beach, we found it to be a very rocky beach. But very different than most of our visits to beaches. Really pretty with the very tall trees, the oceans and the cliffs.
Now it was really time to head to Seattle. We checked into our hotel and look forward to spending a great couple of days in downtown Seattle. ...
... it’s OK. Last night after a little environmental temperature dispute in the car, the car became stuck in fifth gear. We limb into Aberdeen with a terrible smell of disappointment and burnt clutch and parked right beside a pizza hut, where we drank away our pains.
After that we found a sick hotel and then we decide to go to another not so sick ...