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... worried that I would get lonely or bored. I say slightly because I’ve always loved alone time so I wasn’t really THAT worried, really I was just interested to see how I was going to feel about it. But I’ve loved it. At the beginning, it was nice to be on my own during the day and then stay with people I knew at night. Then, once I was on my own, north of San Francisco, it was so nice to be completely on my own schedule. I didn’t need ...
... just like the originals. Many had incredible paint jobs and some were plain. The crews were as few as 4 people and several had a dozen or more. There were young paddlers and old paddlers along with men and women. Some were bare-chested and others were bundled up. Many sported traditional cedar bark hats. And just like in the old days, there were even a few who had evidently had been taken as slaves because I don’t think there were any fish-belly white, ...
... miles to the west of Crescent Lake. Once you make your turn it takes about 15 minutes to get to the resort. The resort is remote. There are a number of cabins to choose from and camping near by. The resort has three soaking pools from a natural heated water source. There is also a large swimming pool. It is a busy locale for not only the tourists but also the locals. If you think it is going to be a peaceful soak, think again. It was a fun time but there were ...
... Lot's houses, all mostly empty .... must be a holiday rental area.
Went for a swim in the hotel pool and sat in the hot spa total relaxation.
Walked into town, for dinner at Bennett's Fish & Chip & clam chowder again ...
... it got really foggy out and the captain wasn't permitting people out in the front of the boat. They kept blowing the ship's horn and crewmen were watching for boats. Finally we arrived in Port Angeles, WA and I was happy to be back in the USA! The entrance to Olympic National Park is near the Port, so we were inside quickly. Dad drove us up to Hurricane Ridge, which is a viewing area where you can see a lot of mountains in the Olympic Mountain Range. The weather ...
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