Judith Ann Inn
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in Montesano for breakfast. After that we were to go to Westport. Well Winnie decided to flash the check engine light to us??? We found an Auto Zone and had them do a diagnostic test, it says something about a bad coil. Oh dang. Its Sunday and the Ford dealer is closed. So we are parked across the street from the dealer.
Quite a nice area. Actually waterfront parking. We have a nice walking ...
... is across a river from La Push. The pile of drift logs is huge, as you can see from the picture. Some are 5 ft in diameter and the pile is 100 feet deep. The rocks are pretty amazing also. This is what is left after years of erosion. There is wildlife, birds, fish that come no closer to shore than these rocks.
At Forks there is a tree on display that is 13 feet in diameter, but still not the nations largest. On down ...
... African man to be in Oregon - 1788! Unfortunately, he was killed shortly thereafter!
Lots of clear cutting and replanting going on. Here is one shot of the bald spots on the hills!
We had exceeded the end of the Oregon trail by coming to the coast, but not the end of the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804 - 06. Our travels today took us to the Lewis and Clark National and State ...
A lot of hours on the road today, but worth it to explore the story of Mt. St. Helen, its eruption in May 1980, and the eruption's catastrophic effect on the surrounding area. We spent time at the Visitor Center 50 miles west of the mountain and then the Johnston Ridge Observatory, about five miles from the crater. Both centers presented excellent displays and we learned so ...
... of coffee. As we followed the signs, we somehow got turned around and ended up in front of a Starbucks. What Luck! Revitalized with coffee and a cinnamon role, we were ready to head for Hurricane Ridge. It's 17 miles from the Visitors Center in Port Angeles to the Visitors Center at the top of Hurricane Ridge, and the elevation changes from basically sea level to 5200 ft in that short distance. It's a fun road to ride, because ...