Quileute Oceanside Resort
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... hike behind it into a rain forest. The trees are huge, and everything is covered with moss, mushrooms growing out of the trees, beautiful ferns all over. On to Sol Duc a hot springs in the park. Nice place for a relaxing dip in the pools. They have nice cabins and a lodge. The pools are great. One was 108 degrees, one was 103 and the big one was 68. We sat in the hot ones. Dipped our toes in the cold one. There were ...
... I am just going to leave this part of the journey with what I have already written above.
After Forks, we went along our merry way to the Hoh Rainforest. The drive there was pretty boring, at least up to the point when we turned onto the road that would take us through the park and to the rainforest. The trees started getting bigger, much more ancient looking, and the smell of the air much more earthy than the highway we had just left. On our way to the rainforest, we ...
David here! updating our adventures once again today! I am going to try to get you all up to speed by the end of today. One entry is already up so progress is being made!
On the next day of our trip we took advantage of the showers that the RV resort had to offer (they charged $1 for 5 minutes of hot water! I have only heard of such things), had our amazing breakfast of cereal, OJ, strawberries and chai tea, and then broke camp to continue ...
About 75 miles west of Sequim, WA along Highway 101 is Forks, a small lumber town that has the recent fame of being the setting for the Twilight series of books. But the author did not even visit Forks until after she had written the first book in the series and none of the movies were filmed here either. ...
Hello from La Push. I sat down intending to write about our experiences getting here yesterday. I was thinking something like: We woke up this morning to fog. Shortly after leaving Neah Bay we caught a beautiful coho salmon. Then we rounded Tatoosh Island and began the Pacific Ocean part of our journey. The wind and seas were calm. Our first bar crossing into the Quileute River was a non-event. Then I realized I would write about something else.
As we ...