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Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
... storms. We are here to see the area and would not move lightly just rain. In fact rain adds a mystical feel sometimes with low lying clouds and lots of action on the ground making way for all the water.
The storms that move us are the foot of snow or inches of rain kind of strom. A threat not as much to us but to our RV. These storms signal a change of season in the area. When we visited Olympic National Park Visitor Center, they talked of ...
... it all the way from Dayton we strolled down to the beach to watch the waves crash. Pretty darn neat.
Wet and back into the car we headed back east to stop at the next area of the park we wanted to see - the Hoh Rain Forest. Would you believe it but at the rain forest it wasn't raining! How ironic is that? This area of the park is amazing. We were looking at pines that are well over 200' tall and hundreds of years ...
... have a room ready at the Red Lion Inn . . . we have stayed here before . . . but trying to recall the exact details are a bit foggy . . . just like the weather!! Our room type is not ready . . . come back after three . . . do you have any lunch recommendations? She gave us the details on the restaurant attached to the inn . . . what about this Kokopelli Grill place right next to the hotel property . . . oh, that is good . . . a lot of local seafood . . . so we decide on ...
... cheddar) was wet. We've never had a deck leak on this boat. What a bummer that it had to happen over, and into, our new mattress.
When we got up this morning we had a serious discussion about how much more of this we can take. Thankfully after a cup of coffee, the sun came up and things started looking better. So we're gonna keep beating our head against the wall. Sooner or later (boy I sure hope it's sooner) things have to get better. Right?
... spotted a creature scurrying across the road in front of us. Once we got closer, we had an amazingly close look at the endemic Olympic Marmot! An animal that looks like a hybrid of a beaver and a guinea pig. It was incredibly brave and seemed almost undisturbed by our car's close proximity to its burrow. However, our great luck had to come to an end because before maybe 20 seconds of observing the marmot, another car pulled up behind us and pushed us forward toward ...
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- Business Services
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