Miller Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... from the winter of 2012-2013 when Ible had worked there and Rachel visited. Once we found that out we started chatting about Yellowstone and what we all missed there. We also talked about all the cool places Ible and I had to see in Olympic before we left and Rachel suggested a short, but pretty, hike that we should do that was not too far from the lodge itself. It was a two mile, round trip, easy hike that led to a waterfall called Marymere Falls. Since it ...
... we passed through the town which wasn't much to look but it looked like every shop in town was looking to cash in on the connection and invariably called 'Twilight' something. Although Lara did her research and found out that the author didn't even visit Forks until after the first book was published and there was no filming there either. This minor point of detail didn't stop the fans; they were out in force with their Kristen Stewart haircuts and 'Wolf Girl' ...
... 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!
... it was mostly woods. I was ok with that though, I love the woods. The trickiest part about being in the woods is that it’s harder to stop for photos. So I’d see something super amazing for a fleeting moment but I couldn’t turn around or stop to get it. Oh well. It looks a lot like Michigan in early spring up here right now, warm and budding, but the deciduous trees are bare. I’m sure it’s a lot prettier when the trees are all ...
... beautiful. Can anything top that? Oooh... I am seeing the sign for Second Beach. After about 0.7 mile hike down - I can now see the stacks (rock formations) peeking through the tall sitka spruce trees - a stunning view becoming clearer with each and every step. As I am exiting the forest, opening onto the beach, my face lights up and fills with awe and wonder. I haven't seen anything ...