Port Angeles Bed and Breakfast

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Travel Blogs from Port Angeles

Day 99 - Olympic National Park - Hoh Rainforest

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... just leave here now and see our next destinations. If we move now like we are supposed to, we will see Rainier and Mt. St. Helens in cloudy wet weather. To make it even more interesting, Mt. Rainier is currently getting lots of snow.

So, undecided on how we will spend the next few days, we begin this day of travel to the Hoh Rainforest, on the eastern side of the Park. Rte 101 is no longer the sunny brilliant day ...

Day 98 - Olympic National Park

A travel blog entry by trojakstravels

... Olympic Range.

Rte 101 also takes you west and then south through the city of Forks to a side road that ends in the Hoh Rainforest, the western side of Olympic National Park. But the Park is not simply the huge green glob in the middle of the Peninsula. The Park includes 60 miles of protected shoreline as well. This area is separated from the mass in the middle and is a nice green line going down the coast interrupted only by La Push which ...

Packing to Go

A travel blog entry by michael_darlene

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... athletic equipment and tools. Sometimes we just relax after a trip and listen to the music. Loading this early, with time to spare, lets us look forward to the trip and not be rushed. It's part of the fun.

Monday, Labor Day
I finished all my work I have to do before we can leave. There's still a lot to ...

Port Angeles

A travel blog entry by blairnoel

... our bikes up out in front and headed in. A hot tea and a tuna melt were just what was needed along with the free wifi that Starbucks offers. We bpth checked emails, and Facebook while we enjoyed the warmth of being inside. A change in to long pants and warm clothes was also in order. We headed out for the final 6 km to the ferry terminal. We arrived 1.5 hours ahead of our 4 PM sailing, so we relaxed in a protected outside ...

Grand Valley Adventure

A travel blog entry by smonty1

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... and a much flatter trail. After a little more hiking, we arrived at our car back at Obstruction Point, where we were all tired, thirsty, and ready for a break.

On our way out of the park, we stopped at Hurricane Ridge, for one last view of the mountains. Before we got to the lookout area we passed a group of people feeding some of the Black-tailed deer who live in the area, and even though the deer are adorable (especially the fawns), it does sadden me to ...

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