Five SeaSuns Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... National Park visitor center to get some information on what to do around the park. As tour guides ourselves, always ask locals, or rangers, what not to miss. Given the usually short time periods people have on vacations these days, it's always best to get the local scoop so you don't miss something you may never get a chance to visit again. The ranger told us we mainly had to visit three areas of the Park, the mountains, the coast, ...
... Quileute Indian Reservation. By this time it was around 7pm and the wind on the coast was wild. The beach had brown sand, a huge breakwater and a bunch of little tree lined islands lined up like a flock of swimming ducklings off the point.
Then the 70 mile drive back to the hotel for a bite and some R&R in anticipation of tomorrow's mammoth 650 mile drive to Glacier National Park in Montana.
When I first budgeted this trip, I planned on the four of us (Julie, me and the two younger kids) flying down during spring break. Then I wondered how much more it would be to bring along my (much) older daughter, her husband and step-daughter.
It turns out, it's pretty expensive to fly 7 people from Victoria to LA!
But then I thought about driving. It turns out that for the same cost as flying the four of us, I ...
... in the Safeway in the connecting parking lot for some coffee fuel . . . and we were on our way.
We left Silverdale at 9:00 a.m. for the two-hour ride to Port Angeles . . . to get rid of the rental car . . . then wait for the bus that departed at 1:00 p.m. I got the car fueled up . . . and we were on our way!
This was familiar ground we were traveling . . . we crossed the Hood Canal Bridge . . . this is a bridge that floats on huge concrete floats . . . ...
... hit the water.
At the row in front of us there was an older French couple. The Mrs didn't like the rough ride at all and tried -remember the instruction- to raise her hand above her head, but to do this she had to let go of the boat. Every time she succeeded in doing that a new smash on the waves made her grab the boat again. Finally she managed. The captain immediately cut the engine to the dislike of Alice. He asked: "Everything o.k?" and before the lady ...