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... not there so we couldn't bring him home for you unfortunately! (We both have an urge to re-watch the movie the next time we get a chance though).
As it was torrential rain all evening we had a very low-key night tucked cosily away in the RV, Sevi playing video games on his laptop and me watching 'Twilight' ready for the next days destination…
We drove past Lake Crescent this morning, on the way down ...
... an inlet on a river, a creek in a marsh or tide flat.” Well, that’s exactly what it was, good work Webster. Nailed it. So I went through lots of those, it was really pretty and it’s always interesting light for photos in the morning hours.
Besides the early morning beauty in the marshes, there really wasn’t a lot of exciting stuff today. The highway didn’t stick to the coastline too much, where it did it was cool but ...
... 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, ...
... but it was so worth it!
Returning to the road we eventually arrived in Forks, it was literally one main road with a few motels, restaurants, and some really cringe Twilight themed shops. We stayed at the Pacific Inn Motel in a normal room though we could have paid extra to stay in a Twilight themed room and literally have Edward watching us sleep. Scary!
We went for dinner in a place next door and even they had signs relating ...
... while I had a planked King Salmon. Everything was delicious including the desserts.
Back at the B&B I did my usual research for the next day. Saturday we drive to the Mount Rainier area which is around 3 hours away. So far the weather has really been holding up for us....sunny skies with temperatures in the mid to high 60s. Can't beat that considering DC is having temperatures in the 100s. Yep,we got lucky.
More later as we start our trek ...
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