Red Caboose Getaway
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... tour. Meanwhile, your temporary mom picked up the passports for 'Be a tourist in your own hometown' and reserved a spot for you on the boat.
You leave the inn at about 10-ish and there you are. At the Prince of Whales' little business shop thingy at the inner harbour. You pay and then wait and wait and try to kill some time by going to the toilet and doing nothing. At 10:45 the group gathers and you walk to a ...
Sequim is also known for its lavender farms. Judy and I visited Purple Haze Lavendar Farm. The harvest was over and what was left would be used in the lavender distillation process to turn lavender into oil. There are as many products as you can imagine using this plant including lavendar chocolate, which was a unique flavor.
The Olympic Discovery Trail is a half-completed non-motorized trail that ...
... back!! My bestest bud in the whole wide world met me at the airport in Vancouver, and it was so lovely to have someone waiting to greet me when I got there. I had to laugh though because there was also a guy dressed in a Storm Trooper outfit holding a little sign that said Lord Vader on it, so naturally Kim and I had to wait and see if Vader showed up. Turns out it was just his real dad visiting and he was not in a Vader costume but ...
... paths again. Until we do, stay safe Ruth – you’re quite a lady!
After we had waved goodbye to Ruth we did a brief diversion off the US101 to drive to the Sol Duc Hot Springs, a well known and historical spa village tucked into the mountains of the Olympic National Park. Established in 1912 as what was to become a very desirable destination for the
well to do of that era who wanted to soak in its therapeutic spring water, the very impressive ...
... for them.
On the Ferry we had a beautiful view of mountains and several islands, which are extremely small but some people actually live on them. After arriving on Vancouver Island we headed for Tofino, which would take the rest of the day. On our way we stopped at several places where we would take a walk to a waterfall, one stop to a lake where we could see cavings in a wall that depict a sort of log ness monster and Long Beach (part of pacific rim national park).