Elwha Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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We arrived in Port Angeles around lunch time, and headed straight over to the campground. Elwha Dam RV Park, while mostly catering to RV'ers, has 2 acres for tent campers, no reservations necessary. It was a lovely spot as there were no other tent campers there at all. Only drawback to the place is it is just off the highway, and logging trucks make a lot of noise at 2 am. But I digress. After setting up camp, we headed over to ...
... Hoh Rainforest where we did the Hall of Mosses Trail. Very cool hike, we took way too many photos of trees with green beards...the view was like something from a Lord of the Rings movie, I half expected tinker bell or a hobbit to emerge from one of the magical furry tree trunks.
Final stop of the day was to the coast, tucked right up in the far left corner of mainland USA is Rialto Beach, home ...
... than expected. No one is quite sure what is going to happen with the river water quality and soil composition, so it's being monitored closely. I was observing the monitoring today.
After the observations, I went up to Hurricane Ridge. Since the day was gorgeous -- clear and warm -- the view was fabulous!
As a part of the load out in Silverdale, I sent some no longer needed clothes and a few other things we didn't need (and some purchases of nick-knacks) from the UPS Store.
The hotel where we stayed had a decent offering for breakfast as far as 'free breakfasts' go at modest hotels . . . you could make waffles, and they had hot oatmeal . . . and some sausage gravy for biscuits . . . and boiled eggs . . . we grabbed a couple of boiled eggs and a piece of fruit . . . off to ...
... 50 on the highway on a skelter attached to your father's car.
So on the way back the captain decided to go full throttle. Water gushed in all over our suits. Alice's hair was wet and the salty seawater smashed in our faces. And Alice really enjoyed it. We were laughing. The wind picked up and I needed one hand to keep me in the boat and the other to keep my hat on. Our spine got smash after smash when the Zodiac (that has a flat wooden floor) ran into the ...