Holly Hill House Bed and Breakfast
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... Having him as our guest in our little abode and filling it with incredible music gave the RV a whole new feeling. It felt big and cozy and warm and light all at once. So nice. Wonderful to have time with Daniel!
The following day Jim and Elijah were treated to a 2 hour ride on Wendy and Daniel's wooden boat (and their home) while Wendy and I strolled along the shore. Deb and boats, un uh.
Such a sweet, slow and welcome visit. Thanks Wendy, Daniel and Ahanu! ...
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... a clear weather, fantastic views can be enjoyed. We were hoping to visit the peak, however we were required to have tyre chain in the car because there was 100 inch of snow on the mountain. Due to the snow, we changed our mind of visiting Hurricane Ridge.
... north end of Olympic National Park.
We had no plans for the day except to find a place to camp.
Once we arrived at the Visitor Center, Ranger Pablo told us to take the drive up to Hurricane Ridge for an impressive 180 degree view of the park.
And so we did, and it was worth the windy drive.
We were surrounded by snow-covered ...