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On a different note, we saw some wildlife while out hiking, including a bunny rabbit of some type, and a female mule deer. The mule deer was right on the path, with another tourist standing far, far too close to it. And by that I mean within 5 feet. In Yellowstone, and Olympic National Park, they inform guests to stay at least 25 yards, away from animals. That would be 75 feet. All the animals in the parks ...
... the deer grazing on the grass and wildflowers adjacent to the car park. The views of the Olympic Mountain range and their ice capped glaciers were spectacular in fading afternoon light.
The fading light did make the drive down the ridge tricky as the tree canopies blinded you at times....this was only a slight inconvenience as even the road side views of the blooming wild flowers amazing.
We opted for the third option for three main reasons:
1) the ferry departs a few blocks from our house
2) the ferry goes due South. Both other options had us driving north to get to the ferry, and in the case of the BC Ferry, the ferry then took us further north. So we were actually lessening our drive with the Coho
3) We bypass Seattle. Highway 101 connects in with the I5 in Tacoma, missing all the congestion in ...
... pretty picture. From here we hit the open waters and followed other boats (there were about a dozen) to where whales had been spotted. They were humpback whales. Not quite as impressive as the sperm whales in NZ for a couple of reasons; the aren't as big, and they didn't get as close. On the plus side they did submerge and re-emrge more often and were travel in a pair. This was in US waters. Apparently we can go anywhere in US waters as long as we don't ...
... in the Safeway in the connecting parking lot for some coffee fuel . . . and we were on our way.
We left Silverdale at 9:00 a.m. for the two-hour ride to Port Angeles . . . to get rid of the rental car . . . then wait for the bus that departed at 1:00 p.m. I got the car fueled up . . . and we were on our way!
This was familiar ground we were traveling . . . we crossed the Hood Canal Bridge . . . this is a bridge that floats on huge concrete floats . . . ...