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Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
... the water in Port Angeles so we couldn’t see much of the Juan de Fuca Strait (between the US and Canada at this point.
We do some sorting for the shipping of things home tomorrow . . . and I decide to do laundry . . . and that is an adventure. The hotel is laid out lengthways along the shore area . . . but there isn’t much of a ‘beach’ . . . it is mostly rocks . . . but this makes it a very long compless . . . probably close to ...
... have driven on a car ferry and I am nervous (which results me going back three times to check that I have put the brake on in the car) before going up to the passenger deck. We get off at Bainbridge Island without incident and drive to Hurricane Ridge via Port Angeles. Hurricane Ridge is basically at the top of a 17 mile hill (accessed by a very windy road) and all of us feel a little queasy when we finally make it. ...
... in Indonesia at the beginning of World War II. I had forgotten that a Dutch man that I sailed with the year before and become close friends with had had to endure those same hardships, throughout his teen years. That friend, Bill Prins, had even helped rescue downed Allied fliers, at the risk of his own life. I had become a bigot and I felt ashamed. So -- why share this so publically? To serve as a reminder as to how easily bigotry can ...
... November 5th. Up until my arrival at the Naval Training Center in San Diego, California, I can’t recall ever being in a boat much less gazing on a large body of water. Why the Navy? Probably because my three older brothers had served in the Army/Air force and I just had to be different. Little did I suspect that my “get-away” would last for 21 years and change my life ...
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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