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Seeing the coast for the first time in 3 months was pretty exciting, even better when we had to take a ferry across the bay to our next national park. Laurie had a couple if target species at Olympic National Park, the elusive Mountain Goat and the endemic and endangered Olympic Marmot. We arrived mid afternoon and soon found a nice quiet campground in the rainforest deciding to get up early the next morning to take the ...
... books and movies, so the whole town has jumped on the bandwagon. According to the chamber of commerce, businesses around here have boomed, since Twilight came out. I looked around at some of the movie locations, but honestly this town isn’t much and Twilight doesn’t really add much to it. Although I'm also probably not coming here at the height of tourist season, but still. There's an interesting beach nearby, which is also part of the ...
... one way you could drive. While "Google Maps" says it takes 2 1/2 hours it takes quite a bit longer for various reasons.
I invited my husband along on the trip and we made it a mini-vacation. We took the 7:55 am ferry out of Edmonds. We made to Port Angeles about 10 AM. One of the most amazing places you will ever visit is in the Olympic National Park about 15 miles to the East out of Port Angeles is Hurricane Ridge. Hurricane Ridge is an area with ...
... on an old rail road trail! It was beautiful, and being a glacial lake, reminded us of the lakes of New Zealand with their awesome emerald colours! We saw lots of wild deer on this hike which was amazing, but thankfully no Cougars or Bears!
So we are in Port Angeles now, another hotspot in the Twilight Novels! We are actually going to have tea in the Bella Italia where Edward and Bella first ate! How awsome is that…twighard fans should be ...
... and playing "balance beam" on the logs, or walking on the rocky shoreline, slowly as it was almost more challenging than sand. Keith and I took photos (and Keith got caught in a fast and high wave, racing out, feet and shoes completed drenched!)... and made our way back to the car.
Poor Indy... on our return to the car, she lost her balance on a particularly wet log, and slid off. She seemed ok, until we got to the car and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHuckleberry Lodge Cabins Forks
I stayed in the Eagle cabin - which basically a trailer with a cabin exterior. It has a bathroom with hot running water and a kitchen equiped with cookware, flatware, crockery, etc. to make the place homely.
Although, this place is advertising itself as a "Bed & Breakfast", but I never got my breakfast.
I would stay here again if I ever have to pass through Folks.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.