Misty Valley Inn B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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After we returned to Seattle, we decided to make use of the nice weather and went to see a nearby Olympic National Park on Olympic Penninsula. It does not have anything to do with Olympic games, it is named according to its highest mountain Olympus. The park is known ...
... group bonded with and supported one of their own who was recently widowed. This widow was on a mission to Moorea to scatter the ashes of her recently departed husband in the waters surrounding the island that they had come to love during past visits. This group of caring women would meet each day to offer the widow emotional support – it was a beautiful. We had a similar experience on our 2007 cruise. This is where Cruise ...
... coming down from a sheer cliff side. We took some more pictures, enjoyed the view, and then started heading back to the trail head where we took a lunch break.
After lunch we headed to our next stop in Olympic; Rialto Beach. We drove about an hour to get to the Rialto and the one thing that we had seen a major change in since getting in the car from Lake Crescent was the weather. At the lake, it was sunny, warm, with a nice breeze. At Rialto Beach, it was ...
... Hall of Moss) through heavily moss and lichen draped maple trees and spruce trees (some real old giants up to 500 years old and 300ft tall).
On the way out we passed Aberdeen, birthplace of Kurt Cobain and Buzz Osbourne (heavyweights of the grunge movement). Funnily enough, there didn't appear to be the same level of hysteria as in Forks.
Next we motored on to Portland - Foodies paradise and home of the food cart. We headed straight to Nong's ...
... like we had seen before, huge driftwood logs scattered everywhere which meant you had to climb your was go the shore. The coast was astonishingly 10 degrees F cooler than the forest so we headed back to camp and started a fire at about 3pm to try to keep warm! The plan was to stay on the coast a couple of days but due to the freezing weather we decided to head inland which lead us to our next National Park, Mount ...