Three Rivers Resort
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... We had explored about a miles worth of the beach ending with our almost trespassing into the Quiluete Indian Reservation. It was not for the sign that informed us of the boundaries set on the beach we would have been in some dire straights for sure. In any case, we had a blast checking out the beach. The sea stacks especially were quite the site to see.
Once we had tired ourselves out exploring Rialto Beach we made an attempt to find lodging for the ...
... to 4 new books (Cameron plumped for a T-Rex book). We happily window shopped in the funky shops for a while until the smells coming from an Italian bistro tempted us to go. We only had 24 hours in Portland so were up early the next morning to continue our foodie tour - starting with breakfast at Mother's Bistro, beating the queues. We strolled down the waterfront to work off some of the blackberry pancakes and checked out the weekly craft market just as it ...
... feet away swimming around!!! IT WAS SO AWESOME!! One kept swimming back and forth in front of me, taking breaths and keeping his eye on me. At least I think it was the same one that kept going back and forth, they all look the same to me. Is that racist? Jeez, I don’t know…now this is getting political. ANYWAY, the sea lions were AWESOME and I think they liked me. The end. J
It’s been really cool doing this trip alone. At first I ...
... areas and a look out of the beautiful Olympic Mountains. The views are amazing and I could go on and on and gush about how beautiful it is but there really are no words to describe the beauty of these mountains. If you have a list of must see's put this one on the list.
We ate lunch in the picnic area and as we were lunching a deer came to the picnic area. I respect the wildlife in our parks but not everyone does. There are signs everywhere not ...
Today we headed off towards Ocean Shores .... south of Olympic National Park.
Took the ferry between Coupesville and Port Townsville .... The sea was calm .... Couldn't help wondering what happens when the sea is rough as the ferry has open ends ... Could just imagine a wave washing through the the ferry in rough weather.
Drove though Olympic National Park, past Cascade lake .... amazing blue colour ... Over 600 feet deep. We stopped ...