George Washington Inn
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... presence of fall
The visitor center, at just below 6,000 feet, had views of the whole Olympic mountain range, including a couple glaciers! Unfortunately they were smaller than they had been in decades past (global warming, perhaps?). We decided to hike (more like stroll) around the top of the mountain (Mt. Angeles, we think) on the Cirque Rim trail. Basically a paved walkway to some nice view points, including one with ...
... via Tacoma.
Ended up being a good decision as we checked in mid-afternoon and headed off to the visitor centre to get maps and information on the park highlights.
We then drove the 17 miles up the Hurricane Ridge where on the climb we were treated to panoramic views of the San Juan Islands and the city of Victoria in BC, Canada.
At the top of the ridge we parked the car ...
... or Vancouver. In many cases, they are leaving for these cities the day before their flights. So, a whole day, and maybe more, to fly. Or 2 days (and maybe more) to drive?
The next question was what route to take. There are three possible ferries off lower Vancouver Island: BC Ferries via Vancouver (Swartz Bay to Tsawassen), the Washington State ferry from Sidney to Anacortes, and the Coho Ferry from Victoria to ...
This morning we had the best breakfast of our trip - it finished with a dessert! What a great way to start the day.
So the weather was supposed to get very rainy by mid to late afternoon so we decided to drive to the furthest part of the park we wanted to see first then make our way back. Unfortunately the rain started by mid morning so by the time we made it to Ruby Beach on the Pacific coast it was pouring, Since ...
... that we passed on the way to Port Angeles . . . there is a turnoff to Port Townsend, a quaint little sea town . . . that attracts lots of tourists . . . but we pass it by. We know that we'll be re-covering this ground in the bus!! But, we need to return the rental car from whence it was rented!!
We knew there was a Walgreen's in Port Angeles and Carol wanted to get some nail polish . . . so we made that stop, then I dropped her off with the bags . . . and I was off ...