Moonstone Beach Motel
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... our surprise, we found that many people had ventured out to the rainforest that day. Thankfully, it was just the right amount of people where we did not feel like the place was over crowded. In any case, we decided to break for lunch before we would start on the "Hall of Mosses" trail. The Hall of Mosses was nothing but astounding! This rainforest was a prime example of the rainforests that one can commonly find here in the Pacific Northwest. Pretty much everything that we ...
... and Citizens (my insurance company). I now need to make sure that National Car Rental got a copy.
We got around and shipped the items . . . got our Bella Rosa coffee . . . and on the road, US 101 out of Port Angeles headed west. We have been on this road several times.
A major part of the journey is on the south shore of Lake Crescent . . . a glacier fed lake . . . that is crystal clear . . . when brother Mike and wife Jacki, Carol and I, ...
... obvious what this is, so I won't describe it). I am glad to keep stopping as the driving is quite hard- with the long straight road, rubbish air conditioning and soft suspension, I am worried about keeping awake. We finally reach Quinault Lodge and I am really surprised. Instead of something like Sol Duc, it is an old time American resort. I feel like I have stepped onto the set of Dirty Dancing (fingers crossed we do not have to ...
... on either side. There were even a couple of black tailed Columbian deer walking around. As we started up the incline, we spotted a rare Olympic marmot below the trail and once we had reached the subalpine meadow at the top, we were rewarded with a truly awesome view. As Steffie pointed out, "Here we can see two countries, two cities, the ocean on one side and the mountains on the other side." I guess there aren’t many places where you can do that!
... west coast (of N America) – endless driftwood, dark heavy sand, pebbles worn flat and choppy sea forever. We wandered and played, even making our own cairn just 'cause. But of course, the sundowners were calling so we eventually ambled back to Milly and got the wining and dining under way.
Speaking of dining... we're eating like royalty – from fresh, ...