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Left Baker City, Oregon at 8:40am - arrived Port Angeles 6pm. A 9 hour and 20 minute drive with 2 stops for gas and 849 kms covered.
I took the 'longer route' via the 84 West, which meant I travelled towards Portland, driving along the Columbia River Gorge for nearly 3 hours.
I also came into Port Angeles via the 101 North / West, which meant I travelled along the I5 North till Olympia but then went onto the 101, so I ...
... road. Like most of these interior roads it ended in a large parking lot for a trailhead for people to hike further into the interior.
The first of these interior roads we went on followed the Elwha River. This was a beautiful clear stream with a gravel and rock bottom with lots of fallen trees that have washed partway downstream and gotten snagged. As we went up the river we just saw it as a beautiful stream without knowing its background.
... the skyline of the Emerald City, bookended by the Smith Tower on the right and the Space Needle on the left. I also had the honor of listening to tales of one of our fellow passengers who had grown up in Seattle; thanks Dave Bush. At seven I took Barbara her daily mug of coffee and we then proceeded to the Lido for one final breakfast. How sad we were when we realized that “it’s about over”. Our faithful friend Budhi spent some ...
... messages as well!
On a different note, we saw some wildlife while out hiking, including a bunny rabbit of some type, and a female mule deer. The mule deer was right on the path, with another tourist standing far, far too close to it. And by that I mean within 5 feet. In Yellowstone, and Olympic National Park, they inform guests to stay at least 25 yards, away from animals. That would be 75 feet. All the animals in the parks ...
... blinked, completely unfased. Husb was there in no time, as he could hear me from our site. I kept shaking and could not go near the bucket. He proceeded to dump the rest of the water out and THREE MORE MICE plopped out. OMG. I do not like mice, not one bit. I could start shaking again just thinking about it. Ew ew ew! Husb stepped in and handled the cleanup. I am scarred for life. Thank you for the memories, both good and terrifying, Olympic National Park!
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