Hoh Humm Ranch Bed & Breakfast

171763 Highway 101, Forks, Washington, 98331, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 171763 Highway 101, Forks, is near Storm King Ranger Station, Bogachiel, Bogachiel River, and Calawah.
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    Travel Blogs from Forks

    An Officer and a Vampire….

    A travel blog entry by zoesevi on Jul 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Twilight goodies and restaurants with ‘Twilight Menu’s’… we were passing this way anyway so we decided it would be a fun stop to make – for me anyway… HUGE thank you to Sevi for today and indulging my Twilight geek-ness!


    The Twilight Zone

    A travel blog entry by kduntley on Mar 24, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... it’s plenty beautiful the way it is now. It’s weird that I started in southern California, where the weather seemed like early summer, to central California where it was spring, and now to the pacific northwest, where it’s definitely early spring. I’ve gone back in time!! I’M A TIME TRAVELLER!!! Dream. Come. True.

    Once I got to Forks, I checked into my hotel and then explored the town a little bit. This is the setting for ...

    Hoh Rain Forest

    A travel blog entry by abbyshack on Sep 11, 2013

    2 comments, 13 photos

    Today we went to the Hoh, one of the largest temperate rainforests in the US. A temperate rainforest has coniferous and broadleaf trees. It lies in the Hoh River valley which was formed by glaciers thousands of years ago. The Hoh River is fed by the Hoh Glacier on Mt Olympus and has that slate blue, milky water caused by the grinding of rock as the glacier moves and melts.
    We walked the two loops starting at the visitor center and took in the trees, moss, ferns and the river.

    Twilight Country

    A travel blog entry by lmc193 on Jun 20, 2013

    3 photos

    ... He loved playing up to this and he told us about the old legends and although their legends don’t really involve Vampires, the legends do say the Quileutes descended from wolves! It was a great day! Danny did well!!
    This morning we headed north to Port Angeles, again picking up the scenic 101 through the Olympic National Park with its stunning forest scenery! We stopped off at the beautiful Lake Crescent for a short hike along ...

    Olympic National Park, WA: Exploring the Quinault

    A travel blog entry by thirsty-boots on Jan 25, 2013

    10 photos

    ... It looked different this time. The strong currents of the Cedar Creek managed to chart its course through the soft gray sand and split the beach in multiple fractures. I could not venture far without being knee-deep in the cold winter flow. I instead climbed a prominent sea stack where MG had gotten drenched in the Pacific water as she approached a window-like hole to look through; what an awesome Kodak moment! I remember ...