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... of the peninsula. Further up we got more and more views of the forest covered mountains that grew in height. Those in the distance were even higher and had the bare craggy tops beyond the forest line, with some presenting glaciers as well. We saw numerous deer on this road and they were quite desensitized to people, grazing right by the parking lot and within feet of crowds of picture taking people.
We then headed back to camp. Have I told you ...
... exceptions, these will be “search and discover” ports. While she has been doing that I have been busy in my volunteer role as “keeper of the Cruise Critic Roll call Directory”. This voyage to Hawaii and the Marquesas has attracted a diverse group of seasoned and first time cruisers from all areas of this great country and Canada.
So, I invite you to come along with us as in a few days ...
... our door on Sunday morning around 6:45 or 7:30 and
deliver “Cummings and Company” to the cruise ship terminal at pier 91 just
north of Seattle. When we fly into SeaTac
on the 28th of October their van will also pick us up and deliver a
very tired “Cummings and Company” and a markedly larger mountain of luggage.
This will eliminate, also, the costs or motels ...
... in the car we decided to head to the west entrance of the park to the Hoh Rainforest. While the visitor center looks to be only several miles away from Sol Duc Falls you must go back out the north entrance and all the way around to the Pacific Coast area. It took another hour. We walked the Hall of Mosses trail which was pretty. The fern are huge, and the trees are pretty big and covered in moss.
We stopped in Forks, WA (home of ...
... or Vancouver. In many cases, they are leaving for these cities the day before their flights. So, a whole day, and maybe more, to fly. Or 2 days (and maybe more) to drive?
The next question was what route to take. There are three possible ferries off lower Vancouver Island: BC Ferries via Vancouver (Swartz Bay to Tsawassen), the Washington State ferry from Sidney to Anacortes, and the Coho Ferry from Victoria to ...