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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.
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... filled and goodbyes in order we hit the road. We found the trail the park ranger had mentioned the previous day and took it to 101. We spent a good chunk of the morning biking, banging out many solid miles. In the early afternoon we stopped to do our shopping at a clothing store/ace/grocery combo and in addition to stuffing our panniers with food, Kevin and I each bought a pair of Smartwool socks on ...
... direction and ask him if there is a place to park this rig up at the next campground. "There aren't any more campgrounds up there. It's just a dirt road!" Feck! What I really mean is Fook, but our mothers might be reading this, so...(Yes I am trying to watch my language so I am going back to my Irish roots for alternative words).FECK!!!! We have to continue on because there is NO place wide enough to turn around and a big river right next to us. Finally we find a spot, unhook, jog ...
... the bushes! Of course the likelihood of bumping into one is low but caution is a good practice!
After the "bushwalk" we opted next for the 2.5 mile return gentle lake shore trail and rainforest nature trail loop which gave us information on the rainforest and amazing views of the lake! We came across Quinault Lodge nestled on the lakefront, a truly beautiful old building full of character, we kind of wish we were staying there! After ...
... 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 ...
... 8211; apparently its famous for its Baked Alaska dessert but neither of us particularly fancied it after the waiter described it to us. Lunch was really yum though and as we were eating we saw a couple of massive cargo ships sailing down the river, as well as a seal who decided to come say hi as we were eating!
After lunch we were Washington bound and in order to cross into the state we needed to go across the Columbia river on a ...