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QUOTE OF THE DAY:
"I am in love with Olympic National Park"
Lynn Hori famous naturalist
ANSWERS TO LAST BLOG ENTRY:
1. over 200 years old and lots of dead stuff!
2. razor clams filter feed plankton from the ocean
Monday June 13th
We headed back to 101 north to continue on our way. Our next stop was when 101 reaches the Pacific Ocean and we were now in the Olympic National Park. We stopped at the pullout for Beach No. 1 and walked the trail out to the cliff over the beach. It was pretty and we got some good pictures. We also walked the trail to see the Sitka spruce with their burls. ...
... and commented that he had been watching a tv programme the previous evening about a doctor. After some deliberation, we decided it was Doc Martin with Martin Clunes in it whereupon he promptly whipped out an atlas and demanded to know where we lived and where the tv programme was set. Eventually he let us go and we were able to study the boards in the visitor centre. The Hoh rainforest is part of the Olympic National Park which has been designated ...
... example, plus other national parks, mountain passes, and beaches are inaccessible by public transport. However, the thought of being 'real' backpackers again with nothing to tie us down is so exciting, especially the thought of all those chicken buses in Latin America). Back in downtown Seattle for the night, we had a delicious meal in a chinese restaurant (our first meal out since San Francisco) and with a train ticket to Los Angeles for the morning, we got an early ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKalaloch Campground Olympic National Park
Excellent campground. Stunning views, lots of options, good facilities and nice beach strolls.
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