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Even though there was a strong wind blowing, the skies were overcast and the temperatures were in the 50’s, the welcome to our home port was one of the warmest of our whole cruise. Hordes of hearty volunteers greeted those passengers who braved the inclement weather to experience Northwest hospitality. Our visit even made the front page of our local newspaper on Sunday– Woo – woo!!
However we did not go ...
... into Puyallup, WA to find some breakfast. Unfortunately, the restaurant we had planned to go to was only open for breakfast on weekends, (Crockett's Public House, an excellent restaurant featured on Food Network's "Diner's, Drive-in's, and Dive's" show) we ended up at another local eatery, Rose's Restaurant. Fine, home cooked comfort food, and an excellent start to our day. We drove up through Tacoma along the Olyompic Peninsula towards ...
... in the lounge with the remote control. The Pack defeated the Bears handily. Not a bad Sunday for either of us, after all. We drove back up to Obstruction Point because I wanted Husb to see Mount Olympus without the clouds blocking his view. It was still shining brightly and just as gorgeous as it was throughout my hike.
We enjoyed our last evening at Olympic inside the Scamp, deciding it was not worth trying to start a fire again. We ...
... the Marymere Falls trail which was about 2 miles in length and was a very gentle stroll through lush forest beside bubbling creeks and a waterfall pay off t the end.
A tributary track off the above hike was the Mt Storm King trail. This was way more challenging as it climbed 2,100 ft over 2 miles and then a descent along the same track. We bravely attempted the hike, however we were thwarted ...
... a phone card so that we can make calls and not use up our cell phone.
Back to a cultural centre where we were told there is free wifi. Yay to finally get onto a system where it's not only free but quick.
tomorrow we go to Seattle so hope to get more written but not sure when we can put more photos on. I'm hoping when we return to Seattle next week, I will be able to do some. fingers crossed ...
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