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... western side of the park. The road as it enters the east side of the park steadily climbs until you are high enough that you feel near the top of the mountains. The culmination of this drive is Hurricane Ridge, a spectacular view atop mountains looking down several valleys of higher forested mountains carved by the Ehwah and other rivers. Behind these deep V-shaped green slopes is a crown of snowcapped higher mountains including Mt. Olympus, the highest ...
It's the Sunday before we leave and it's a lazy, busy day.
I'll fetch the trailer and park it across the street so we can load everything we need for the next two months. I'll fix some things and wash the trailer for the road in the next few days.
We make many trips across to the trailer with clothes, shoes, ...
... of that . . . then the guy who put them in there showed up!! Yep, it was a guy. The one lady tells him that she had to resist not folding them!!
They two women are from the Pittsburg area . . . and traveling together (I would guess them in their mid-50’s) . . . they have done Vancouver and Victoria . . . and, like us, are now back in the US.
A couple of items weren’t quite dry, but I fold the rest . . . and hang the others in the room . . . and turn in.
After a breakfast of coffee and hot cakes at the Golden Arches,we headed out the Lochside Trail for Victoria. A sunny day with a cool breeze, but we were able to wear shorts and the ride was awesome along the east coast of the island. When we got to Esquimalt, there was a stiffer breeze and a noticeable chill in the air. Definitely not shorts weather! It soon started to hail as we searched for a Timmy's. Stumbling across a Starbucks ...
... which turned into seven, due to the fact that we found a sealed water bottle on the trail that some other hiker must have dropped before getting the chance to open, and seven bottles for three people was not nearly enough, especially once we emerged from the tree line and were on a dusty cliff leading us up to the alpine meadows.
The ascent was killer, but once we made it back to the flower fields, we were rewarded with the stunning views of the ...
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