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... to the spruce, we found out that the Sitka was over 270ft tall, 12ft in diameter at breast height, and was estimated to be 500 to 550 years old, making it one of the largest and oldest trees in the United States! We had no words to describe the sentinel that lay before us. All we could do was stare at it in awe and wonder.
After realizing just how puny we were compared to the Big Spruce Tree, we decided to move on. Eventually we got to the Hoh Rainforest and once ...
... have to scramble and re-do them again (back in the room).
But, I now have a copy of the Accident Report from Stewart, BC (I had to wind up calling the office in Prince George (further up the RCMP food chain) to give them a nudge to get that . . . which worked . . . I got a call from the Cpl who was in charge of the detachment in Stewart and he said if I had any more problems or questions . . . to call him . . . OK. I sent this report to ...
... red rocks found in the sand. This makes the sand more dark than red, but it is still stunning because of the giant driftwood that has washed up. Ethan and Owen have great fun climbing over the driftwood and finding big sticks to hit each other with. I leave them to it and take some photos using my new monopod. Next is Kalaloch Beach, very similar to Ruby Beach, but we are able to get a drink and a sandwich. We also stopped at Big ...
... on either side. There were even a couple of black tailed Columbian deer walking around. As we started up the incline, we spotted a rare Olympic marmot below the trail and once we had reached the subalpine meadow at the top, we were rewarded with a truly awesome view. As Steffie pointed out, "Here we can see two countries, two cities, the ocean on one side and the mountains on the other side." I guess there aren’t many places where you can do that!
... Mom's interest has also been piqued, I think, as much as she's feigning complete disinterest. ;) None of us has mastered trees yet though, that's for sure. But we're certainly enjoying them – Sitka spruce, Douglas fir, Western hemlock and Giant Maple being among the few that we BS our way around already. :)
Next chapter: the Oregon Coast Road, Highway 101!