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We then followed a river valley inland and entered into small tree-covered mountains, around a couple of lakes. The last section of the Olympic Park we visited was Sol Duc. There are hot springs here. We thought that would be a nice way to end this portion of our journey! The hot springs were OK - not nearly as spectacular or well kept as Banff or Radium Springs. There were ...
After arriving in Port Angeles and sending the delivery crew back to Portland, Brinley and I had a quick dinner and good nights sleep after a long trip off shore and up the Straits of Juan Defuca.
Brinley and I spent a lazy day ...
... exceptions, these will be “search and discover” ports. While she has been doing that I have been busy in my volunteer role as “keeper of the Cruise Critic Roll call Directory”. This voyage to Hawaii and the Marquesas has attracted a diverse group of seasoned and first time cruisers from all areas of this great country and Canada.
So, I invite you to come along with us as in a few days ...
... arrived. How did we every get along with just paper maps. In Portland, we had a great hotel looking down from the Nobb Hill District, with lots of restaurants and shops within walking distance. They had cookies at the office and we were hungry. Nice. Walked into town this morning and did some more shopping before taking off. When we did get going, it wasn’t long before it was pouring with ...
... at its best. Having collected the hire car (taking in the sights of Government Street and it's diverse buildings from art deco to China Town) we decided to take a rest and cool down in the hotel pool & jacuzzi. In the afternoon, we took a walk into Beacon Hill Park for a picnic lunch. On route we passed Totem Polls by Thunderbird Park on Douglas Street. It was lovely taking shade under the large Cedar trees by ...