Elwha Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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... anenomes, feather duster worms, and bat stars.
Brad and the kids were heading to the Laundromat five miles up the road. I decided to go with them, so I could reorganize the car. I’m glad I did. There was no fog, and it was in the 70s. The girls played checkers on the porch of the Joyce Museum, It was originally a train depot built in 1914. Brad and the girls looked at the artifacts and fossils in the museum and ...
... and gassing up at Safeway
5:00 Arrive in Portland, Oregon for dinner
Downtown Portland is minutes off the I5. We went to Powells Books then had a great, healthy feast at Noodles and Company
6:30 Leave Portland
10:00 Arrive somewhere in Southern Oregon
We stayed for the night near Roseburg. This worked out pretty well, because there is some great scenery as you approach the Oregon/California border.
... there is a car in front of her (there are three lanes) . . . that seems to have some problem . . . and is holding up the works . . . and as he clears, the ticket issuer turns on the sign: CLOSED! WHAT?!!
The driver pitches a fit . . . and the guy in the little shack helps her back up to get to the other lane (we still have about 8 minutes before departure) . . . and she gets to the window . . . no one is telling her what the deal is . . . the car holding us up . . . ...
... worth it though. Not only are there great views but we get two shocks: deer and snow!! We still have quite a way to go until our stop for the night, so after a short walk, we head onwards. We are staying at Sol Duc Hot Springs. Theoretically it should be nice- basic cabins in the heart of the park, next to the natural hot springs. When we arrive, there are no parking spaces available in the main car park so I pull ...
... told us she would be up at 8am next morning to get her preferred early start back in the saddle and she was true to her word alright. We left the campsite heading north as she was on the US101 towards Forks about 2 hours after her. Sure enough some 25 kms along the road we caught up with her as the road crossed a river and so gave her a friendly and encouraging toot on the horn as we passed. The way it sometimes works out overlanding as we do, I will not be at all surprised if ...