Five SeaSuns Bed and Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
... which is fantastic and we follow them for about an hour watch them swimming and also killing an unfortunate seal which stupidly didn't realise that they were there a magnificent sight and a real honour to see these creatures in a natural habitat the boat heads back to Port Townshend about 6pm after another great day on board boat with a super crew,another great memory from this great trip
we SLOWLY drive back to Port Angeles where the sun is still shining and back to ...
... lady took my dark clothes out . . . put them on top of a dryer so she could have the washer . . . not a problem, I would have done the same thing . . . we chat . . . another dryer finishes . . . the one woman takes out the dry clothes so I can have the dryer . . . it is obviously a man was doing this load . . . there are about three washer loads of clothes in the dryer . . . lights, darks, whites all mixed in together . . . no wonder it took 75 minutes to dry!! We got a ...
... for the non-motorcyclists, the Dragon is a very curvy road near the Smokies that is like Mecca for sport bike riders). Route 112 was a very curvy road and the surface was excellent. The giveaway was when a guy on a sport bike shot by us on a curve and then the number of bikes coming the other way increase.
Made it to the beginning of the Hurricane Ridge highway in time to ride up to the top but we discovered from the ranger that it ...
Yesterday Jocelyn took me for a nice walk along the water, and I saw a seal, just beneath, swimming there! She told me that today, at the same spot, she saw one again, who just had catched a large octopus!
This afternoon, I went with Jocelyn and her friend Carol to the Butterfly Garden.
Much like the "Vlindertuin" in "Het Zwin" in Belgium (but I think this one closed recently).
Tropical temperatures ...
... which turned into seven, due to the fact that we found a sealed water bottle on the trail that some other hiker must have dropped before getting the chance to open, and seven bottles for three people was not nearly enough, especially once we emerged from the tree line and were on a dusty cliff leading us up to the alpine meadows.
The ascent was killer, but once we made it back to the flower fields, we were rewarded with the stunning views of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking