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Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
... up in the water--what are they for? I'll goggle to find out about them--make a note if anyone knows what they are for!
We got to the town of Raymond and I loved the sculptures--here are a few but they were all ...
Hello from Port Angeles. We made it across the Straits mostly intact. The weather report was wrong and we had more wind than we needed. The wind was against the tide which makes the waves bigger than necessary. It was truly a shake down. Actually more of a shake loose. Our boat is a pilot house model which means we can drive inside. More than once we took water over the bow. I never saw any fish swimming by the windshield but I did feel like I was ...
... for the change.
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Thanks for joining Barbara and I on our newest adventure -- ...
... br> Spain – Overnighted last year on the Prinsendam – love walking
Lisbon, Portugal - New Port for Barbara – we loved our
lengthy visit to Portugal when we were stationed in Spain in the 70’s
England – New Port – although we were told we would not be able
to go ashore as it is a service port only.
Early this morning, my parents and I headed out to Olympic National Park, in pursuit of the Grand Valley hike (which is indeed the hike we attempted to do last weekend). Once again we drove two hours Northwest to the Olympic Peninsula. This time, we were able to make it to the destination without a hitch! We only took a quick stop at the Visitor's Center near the park's entrance and then continued on toward Hurricane Ridge, which is a very popular lookout that gives ...