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... cliffs and crags and deep, forested valleys. Magnificent stands of old-growth Sitka spruce, Douglas fir, and Western hemlock cover the lower mountainsides with alpine meadows and wildflowers above the timberline. The first day we drove to Hurricane Ridge -- a 17-mile drive that gave us wonderful panoramic views of the mountains and glaciers. There are 266 glaciers crowning the peaks, the most prominent on Mount Olympus, ...
... walk, I was met with smells of the “salt chuck”, resident seals cruising for food and a lone eagle crying overhead. As I glanced to the south, the glory of the snow –tipped peaks of our Olympic Mountains graced my view. It has been 45 years since we made the decision to move here and raise our children and we have never looked back - God’s country. Now we look forward to sharing with you, ...
... head and had to keep telling myself it would be okay. In the end, I made it back (obviously) but decided that would be my last solo hike for a while. It was a bit more intense than I had bargained for, and I am very proud of myself for completing it, but I was counting my sips of water by the end and definitely talking to myself outloud with repetitive positive thoughts. I drove back to Joshua’s Bar and Lounge to pick up Husb, where he sat ...
... my sweetest memories growing up.
My night last evening was of a similar vein, since I had just decided to blog this cruise and story lines and catchy titles drove all thoughts of a good night’s sleep from my brain. This also happens a lot on the ship in the early morning hours, which is the best time of the day to write and post to the internet.
Additionally, we have anxiously been waiting for ...
... a fantastic sight.
We then move on to Rialto beach just across the bay from LaPush and again this is equally dramatic and again barely anyone about.we move on to Hoh rainforest which is unbelievable with all the different ferns and huge trees it's hard to believe we are in the United States did a short walk through the Spruce Trail about a mile and a half when we return to the visitor centre we see a herd of elk feeding in the stream and in the surrounding woodland,what ...
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