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We explored the mountains, forest, lake and coastal areas of the Olympic National park. Drove 200 miles and hiked in two locations over the course of 9 hours.
Took off for the park at around 11am, first stop the trail heads at the Storm Head Ranger Station situated on Lake Crescent. Our intention was to complete 2 hikes from this location. We ...
... a phone card so that we can make calls and not use up our cell phone.
Back to a cultural centre where we were told there is free wifi. Yay to finally get onto a system where it's not only free but quick.
tomorrow we go to Seattle so hope to get more written but not sure when we can put more photos on. I'm hoping when we return to Seattle next week, I will be able to do some. fingers crossed ...
... up to the Hurricane Ridge area. From here we had a great view of the mountains including the 7920' glacier covered Mt Olympus. We didn't stay that long as the winds were fierce with a relatively low wind chill. But it did indicate why this part of the Park is named Hurricane Ridge! Wonderful!
Made it to Colette's and what a fantastic place. The front and back of the house is just filled ...
As a part of the load out in Silverdale, I sent some no longer needed clothes and a few other things we didn't need (and some purchases of nick-knacks) from the UPS Store.
The hotel where we stayed had a decent offering for breakfast as far as 'free breakfasts' go at modest hotels . . . you could make waffles, and they had hot oatmeal . . . and some sausage gravy for biscuits . . . and boiled eggs . . . we grabbed a couple of boiled eggs and a piece of fruit . . . off to ...
... Tudor, it’s a strange mix but they are all very nice! From here we walked down to clover point looking over the Pacific ocean. It turned out to be a glorious day of sunshine for the official first day of summer, although a little cool, and the ocean was calm painting a gorgeous coastal picture! The path from clover point hugged the coast until we reached Beacon Hill park where we headed back inland towards downtown Victoria!
We had to make a stop ...