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Hi folks after being on board ship and at sea for 5 days we were very glad to get ashore. the ship docked at midday. We wanted to celebrqte Tim's birthday plus graduation, so before getting of the ship we had a wonderful mel in the grill on board. The steak to die for!
Then onto a shuttle bus into the town, where it was pouring, so we just rode the bus in a circle. Then were driven out to Walmart where ...
... family", as their biological mother had a dozen or more siblings, but I suspect it is going to be quite an experience.
My plan is to have each of us (myself, Susie, Kidist and Ruth) write something each day of the trip. That way I won't have to try to capture the emotions or thoughts of the other 3 (which I'm sure will be unique).
... up to the Hurricane Ridge area. From here we had a great view of the mountains including the 7920' glacier covered Mt Olympus. We didn't stay that long as the winds were fierce with a relatively low wind chill. But it did indicate why this part of the Park is named Hurricane Ridge! Wonderful!
Made it to Colette's and what a fantastic place. The front and back of the house is just filled ...
... and northern tip of the huge beach it took us well over 2 hours. It is a nice spot, the narrow pine tree covered peninsula offering the wild surf and huge beach on the Pacific side with the tranquility and calmness of the 5 to 8 km wide Willapa Bay semi lagoon between the
peninsula and mainland attracting anglers and small craft owners like a magnet.
From there it was back on the US 101 up coast via South Bend, Raymond and Aberdeen to Hoquiam. There we ...
After a breakfast of coffee and hot cakes at the Golden Arches,we headed out the Lochside Trail for Victoria. A sunny day with a cool breeze, but we were able to wear shorts and the ride was awesome along the east coast of the island. When we got to Esquimalt, there was a stiffer breeze and a noticeable chill in the air. Definitely not shorts weather! It soon started to hail as we searched for a Timmy's. Stumbling across a Starbucks ...
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