Misty Valley Inn B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... carving into the rock of the mountains over an obscene amount of time. And that by the time the glacier had receded and left all its melted remains, it had formed a 600ft deep lake! That is just a bit over 200ft deeper than Lake Yellowstone!!!
After admiring the lake and it's natural history we headed straight for the Marymere Falls trail head. The trail itself was quite easy except for the last bit before the falls where we were climbing stairs most ...
... Needless to say a Twilight tour wasn't in our plans.
We stayed at Kalaloch Lodge along a truly jaw-dropping stretch of beach on the pacific coast. What makes it unique apart from the sheer power of the sea is the driftwood that is washed up (which it make its way down river into the sea and shore). We were warned by reception and by signs in our cabin to watch out for logs (as there have been deaths). I was slightly sceptical thinking how big can these ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...