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... 400 feet and easily 10’ in diameter.
I really don’t mean to minimize the Hoh Forest experience the trees and flora were amazing. We saw where trees had fallen and others taken root in the decaying remnants. Ferns growing right out of the forks of live trees and moss covered branches. The latter reminded me of our trip to Louisiana with the moss covered oaks. However these were spruce, hemlock and large ...
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 ...
Hello all, Ible here! I know it's been several days since we last updated, and we are sorry! Many things were going on, but none of those were access to wifi! So now we have the lovely task of updating 5 days worth of adventures and pictures. So sit back and enjoy this multiple-entry update!
We last left you all in Bonney Lake, Washington, where we stayed with a former Yellowstone co-worker. After packing up the next morning, ...
We explored the mountains, forest, lake and coastal areas of the Olympic National park. Drove 200 miles and hiked in two locations over the course of 9 hours.
Took off for the park at around 11am, first stop the trail heads at the Storm Head Ranger Station situated on Lake Crescent. Our intention was to complete 2 hikes from this location. We ...
... and then walk out for dinner just down the road to the Cafe Garden restaurant and I have Wild Halibut and Jackie has Dungeness Crab Cakes everything is delicious but feeling shattered now and we even give the bar a miss and go back to the hotel not before looking at the awesome sunset over the town get to hotel pour a drink then sleep
Saturday 31st May
up early again and set out on a leisurely drive west to Marymere falls on the way we go past ...
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