Five SeaSuns Bed and Breakfast
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... young ones jumped down them to the ocean. Overfishing, among other reasons, has ended this wonderful sight. Now there are few if any salmon that make this trek.
Now we are in a motel in Port Angeles and will be taking the ferry to Victoria in the morning. And it will be raining! Not sure when I will post again. We will not be starting the return trip east for a week or so.
... cliffs and crags and deep, forested valleys. Magnificent stands of old-growth Sitka spruce, Douglas fir, and Western hemlock cover the lower mountainsides with alpine meadows and wildflowers above the timberline. The first day we drove to Hurricane Ridge -- a 17-mile drive that gave us wonderful panoramic views of the mountains and glaciers. There are 266 glaciers crowning the peaks, the most prominent on Mount Olympus, ...
... never forget the experience of disembarking from a city bus across from the YMCA and being introduced to the smell of diesel exhaust as the bus proceeded up Broadway. Since then those smells take me back 60 years as a young farm boy in the big city. For the next few months, Broadway and all its glitter would be the jumping off point for me and my buddies on liberty in San Diego. Through the years I have had ...
In the past we have used several different modes of transportation to get to either SeaTac (regional airport), motels near the airport, or car rental businesses.
We have flown to Boeing Field and been shuttled to SeaTac, driven a rental car to a motel near
the airport and shuttled to the terminal, taken the Dungeness Bus line both
ways, and last year we drove our car to South Center and left it ...
... the deer grazing on the grass and wildflowers adjacent to the car park. The views of the Olympic Mountain range and their ice capped glaciers were spectacular in fading afternoon light.
The fading light did make the drive down the ridge tricky as the tree canopies blinded you at times....this was only a slight inconvenience as even the road side views of the blooming wild flowers amazing.