Summertide Resort and Marina & RV Park
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The past 7days got sucked up mighty fast. Plane leaves tomorrow @ 1:45pm and believe it or not we are all packed. Just have to put out the trash and hide the car keys. My bag is a little heavier than planned. Closer to 25 lbs than 20. That's why the Osprey Company put the wheels on. - ...
... but while hiking there was no question which peak was Mount Olympus with all of its glaciers shining brightly in the sun. I was so psyched, but still questioning my decision to do this strenuous hike by myself. I pushed on and made it quickly to Grand Lake, a clear and quiet lake at the base of the mountain. It was a lovely green, and I stopped to enjoy it but not for long, knowing that I had 1,200 feet to climb and many miles left before ...
... the water.........just a mere 20 feet and we are in the water. The view is just spectacular and the sunrise is beautiful.
Our first full day here, we simply enjoyed just doing nothing, but enjoying the sun/breeze/ and watching the seals. Bruce was stoked to be able to use his fishing rod.....only caught a teeny weeny fish, but he enjoys the relaxation that fishing brings.
Today, 8/19, we ...
... to call. Then, I read the reviews. Alas, I decided on Belfair State Park which is 20 miles from the Bremerton-Seattle ferry dock. I didn’t read all of the reviews.
Upon arrival, we chose T19 with electric and water. The site is large and shaded. It cost $37 per night which I think is way too high. We set up the tent and went to plug in the extension cord only to find out it was set up for RVs. Luckily, I went to the ...
Saturday morning we got up and had the "continental breakfast" at the motel. It was actually a pretty good meal! We packed up the car and were on the road before 9 AM. We drove up Cabbage Hill (the old emigrant trail) out of Pendleton. We have ridden this hill several times, including last year on our ride, and Gayle was suitably impressed. At the top we got back on I-84 and went across the Blue Mountains. These are beautiful ...