Moonstone Beach Motel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... 8211; in the brochure is the quote: These giants have only the redwoods and sequoias to look up to. Also note that there were three other giant trees in this rainforest – the largest yellow cedar in the US (129 ft tall), the largest Mountain Hemlock in the world (152 ft tall) and the largest western hemlock in the US at 172 ft tall. ...
... from our site. So I bought a new bundle. It deemed to be all wet and after trying to burn it for an hour creating nothing but smoke, I gave in. We packed our bags and Alice cleaned the RV. Tomorrow our last cleaning and garbage and we try to be on our way really early. Time enough to catch the ferry. Our last night in the motor home and we both long for a real shower and cool, clean ...
... in the dance hall, which was right on the lake. In 1924, a fire burned the original inn down, and basically nothing was saved except for a piano. 53 days later, with crews of men working nonstop, day and night [half would work, then pass out in the boathouse, while the other half started to work], the current Lake Quinault Lodge was built. And that original piano is STILL in the lobby, though you can only play it until about 10 o'clock and that's only IF you know how to play. ...
... stopping at the Hoh rainforest for lunch. We took a short stroll through the woods to the river and back here too, admiring the lush greenery all around.
The drive itself was pretty stunning too, through forests, alongside lakes and rivers. If it is all this beautiful as we go along, then we aren't going to get bored no matter how long the drives are!
Along the way, we passed through a town called Forks, which Sophie remembered from ...
... this time!! The chowder and salad was OK . . . but this place has deteriorated over the years, although the service was marginally better than the last time.
On to our lodging at Lake Quinault. When we stayed at Lake Quinault several years ago, we stayed at the Lake Quinault Lodge . . . whose claim to fame is that President Teddy Roosevelt stayed there once . . . and there is a herd of elk in the area . . . called the Roosevelt Elk ...