Hi-Tide Ocean Beach Resort
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... we had been warned that is was more or less straight up, with a series of stairs. This is the largest Western Red Cedar in the world. It is 63.5 ft in circumference, 19.5 ft in diameter and 174 ft tall. It is apparently the largest tree in the world, outside California. Here was a quirky tree we saw on our descent. I must put in a caveat about ...
... right after which they denied customers. The coastline was stunning. We started at Rialto Beach. But the wind was blowing, the cold picking up and fog coming in from the sea. The best time to picture this scenery is probably the fall. We were done with all this nature and returned to our campsite. A guy came by to sell firewood and as it appeared the firewood I bought the day before ...
... down a mountain in a twisty-turning way, and the road had barely enough room for one car, and was supposed to be a two lane road.
Man... National Park roads REALLY test your fears and limits.
We eventually made it back to the inn, checked into our room, which was very cute.
More history time. The original inn was built in 1880s and lasted during prohibition times. It was a popular speak-easy, where bootleggers brought booze over to the inn, and they ...
... getting our first experience of Oregon forests. We know there's more to come, but there were interesting things to learn already, in particular about forest fires. We came across a tree so large that you could stand within its centre that had been hollowed out by fire. At the end of this walk, we also had our closest sighting of interesting wildlife - passing right by a deer who was happily munching away on some greenery.
We then set of for ...
... that is still very, very clear!
Then on to another couple of stops we have made before . . . a couple of shops in Forks and a grocery in Forks . . . as the cabin we’ll be in for a couple of days . . . will need provisioning. We decide to take a chance on lunch at the Kalaloch Lodge right on the Pacific Ocean . . . when here in 2008 . . . it was sunny until getting to the lodge . . . then it was foggy on the coast . . . guess what? ...