Eden by the Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... into Puyallup, WA to find some breakfast. Unfortunately, the restaurant we had planned to go to was only open for breakfast on weekends, (Crockett's Public House, an excellent restaurant featured on Food Network's "Diner's, Drive-in's, and Dive's" show) we ended up at another local eatery, Rose's Restaurant. Fine, home cooked comfort food, and an excellent start to our day. We drove up through Tacoma along the Olyompic Peninsula towards ...
... third of the way in by a lack of desire to continue impersonating a mountain goat.
We then walked along the wharf near the ranger station and marveled at the crystal clear turquoise lake water. Unfortunately neither of us had our swimming costumes which was a shame as the water whilst cold looked incredible, the lake bottom was completely visible from above.
Jumped in the car and drove ...
Spent the day on the Elwha River, learning about the major dam deconstruction and habitat restoration project -- the largest in the US. In 2012, two earthen dams were pulled down (well, one is still in the process of being removed), and the Elwha River allowed to flow freely. Salmon stocks are already returning in ...
... family", as their biological mother had a dozen or more siblings, but I suspect it is going to be quite an experience.
My plan is to have each of us (myself, Susie, Kidist and Ruth) write something each day of the trip. That way I won't have to try to capture the emotions or thoughts of the other 3 (which I'm sure will be unique).
... They need space. They need to hunt. So think of this when you see a captivated Killer Whale. Okay, I needed to get this off my chest, because they are really amazing animals. You all know I'm not the most environmentally driven guy in the world, but this really sucks.
Back to our Zodiac.These things have a twin Yamaha 225-engine. On full speed it goes about 45-50 kilometers an hour. Sure you did this on you cycle as a kid, but not on the open sea. It's ...