Fishermen'S Widow Bed & Breakfast

62 Steelhead Ave, Forks, Washington, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Forks

Olympic National Park

A travel blog entry by dedele34


... areas and a look out of the beautiful Olympic Mountains. The views are amazing and I could go on and on and gush about how beautiful it is but there really are no words to describe the beauty of these mountains. If you have a list of must see's put this one on the list.

We ate lunch in the picnic area and as we were lunching a deer came to the picnic area. I respect the wildlife in our parks but not everyone does. There are signs everywhere not ...

Twilight Country

A travel blog entry by lmc193


... He loved playing up to this and he told us about the old legends and although their legends don’t really involve Vampires, the legends do say the Quileutes descended from wolves! It was a great day! Danny did well!!
This morning we headed north to Port Angeles, again picking up the scenic 101 through the Olympic National Park with its stunning forest scenery! We stopped off at the beautiful Lake Crescent for a short hike along ...

Olympic National Park, WA: Exploring the Quinault

A travel blog entry by thirsty-boots


... a grain of rice perched atop a tiny mushroom that grew out of a downed log at the foot of the world's largest spruce tree. I burrowed deep inside a decayed tree stump to photograph wild mushrooms and wondered how many generations are left before the stump collapses. The Olympic Peninsula is a perfect playground to get lost least for those who are interested in life science.

Knight, at the Quinault Rain Forest

Olympic National Park

A travel blog entry by luckysfamily


We drove around the Olympic peninsula making three stops which show the incredible variety of this area. Since the sky was clear, the first stop was Hurricane ridge with amazing views of the Olympic Peaks. When here 20 years ago, they were socked in the whole time. We did a short hike and saw many deer and chipmunks very used to all the visitors. ...

Heading to the Hoh, Part 2

A travel blog entry by bretandlizette


After breaking camp and driving back into the rainforest, we decided to stay the night along the Hoh River in the campground away from the main visitor center. We picked a prime spot right on the raging river, pitched the tent and hit the trail again in our search for silence.

This hike seemed much different without the rain. It was amazing how much a sunny day can change everything that we saw the day before. We made a beeline to the arched Spruce tree and followed the ...

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