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... leave something there to show its taken, and then pay the fee in the envelope and deposit it, placing the stub on the board to show you've paid. Apparently, a couple of campsites had been paid for for multiple nights by people in RV's. They had packed all their belongings into their RV's and driven away for the day, expecting to have a nice place to "camp" for the night. All they left to show the site was taken was an envelope clipped to the site number sign saying ...
... us a tour and let me feed the orphan baby! Fun! Aren't they cute? Deb also gave us a bottle of her homemade hard cider, and we bought some of her fresh eggs, too.
From Bellingham we ferried from Coupeville to Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula. We spent two nights at another Harvest Host site in Sequim- Purple Haze Lavender Farm on Bell Bottom Rd. Don't ...
... 8. A little while after our groceries we stopped at Big Bear Cafe where Kevin ordered the largest burger I've ever seen to go. With full stomachs we slowly pedaled and found our way to Hoh Oxbow Campground. This was our first experience with a free first-come-first-serve campground. Every spot was taken except for the handicap location, which we ended up taking on the advice of a younger couple, the ...
... and forth, you know the drill. Good part? We are getting pretty quick at hitching and unhitching!
We found the original campground that we were going to try, you remember, the one with the sharp turn?? We drive in and everything looks good at first...yup, at first. Dear Lord, a motorcycle would have problems getting through these tight windy roads.What are they thinking saying that RV's and trailers can get in here??? After a few near fatal heart attacks and a nervous breakdown ...
... a grain of rice perched atop a tiny mushroom that grew out of a downed log at the foot of the world's largest spruce tree. I burrowed deep inside a decayed tree stump to photograph wild mushrooms and wondered how many generations are left before the stump collapses. The Olympic Peninsula is a perfect playground to get lost in...at least for those who are interested in life science.
Knight, at the Quinault Rain Forest
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