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34-DAY CIRCLE HAWAII, TAHITI & MARQUESAS on ms Statendam
Well here we are again, preparing to set sail on a new adventure. As the title of this blog entry indicates, we will be sailing to the South Seas.
We have been busy the past few weeks "Making Preparations to Get Underway". Barbara has been researching what is interesting to see in the few ports we will be visiting. We have decided that with ...
In the past we have used several different modes of transportation to get to either SeaTac (regional airport), motels near the airport, or car rental businesses.
We have flown to Boeing Field and been shuttled to SeaTac, driven a rental car to a motel near
the airport and shuttled to the terminal, taken the Dungeness Bus line both
ways, and last year we drove our car to South Center and left it ...
... in the car we decided to head to the west entrance of the park to the Hoh Rainforest. While the visitor center looks to be only several miles away from Sol Duc Falls you must go back out the north entrance and all the way around to the Pacific Coast area. It took another hour. We walked the Hall of Mosses trail which was pretty. The fern are huge, and the trees are pretty big and covered in moss.
We stopped in Forks, WA (home of ...
... dropped, creating a deep, narrow channel. A new delta immediately began to form at the new lake level. Once the lake level was held steady, the channel migrated laterally along the existing delta. This test resulted in a sediment erosion model in which gradual drawdown of the lake would result in a greatly decreased sediment load downstream. Using this model, they drained the dam gradually over a two year time period, allowing much of the sediment to remain in the old lake basin.
... it was a submarine going under the bridge . . . don't know, but in about 10 minutes, we started to move . . . and when traffic cleared, we were speeding along again.
We were running pretty close to ferry departure time . . . and the driver said that she had missed it before!! We didn't have a plane to catch . . . but some did!!
We can see the ferry terminal coming into view (we have taken this several times) . . . and just as the driver gets to the little ...