Moonstone Beach Motel
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... school sweetheart . . . and they had known each other for 18 years . . . there is more to this story.
Carol had to go to the bathroom . . . and when we left . . . she wanted me to give the lady doing all the talking . . . $10 for some cat rescue thing that she saw posted on the restroom wall . . . so I took it in and gave it to her . . . she wanted to run and look at the poster so she would know who to give it to . . . and she knew the right ...
... believing he hasn't listened to a word and Ethan reels off all the facts. Never underestimate my kids! This afternoon, I ignore protests and drag them off for a walk - we see lots of ....trees......again!! and ....two snakes. I think they are garter snakes and so not poisonous but I am very relieved when they slither off away from us ( not sure what I would have done if they had come towards ...
... had a couple of walk in pitches which cannot be reserved and are allocated each morning on a first come first served basis. Even though we were already there and explained we wanted one we still had to get up and queue for a pitch!!
After our early rise we secured a pitch about 8 along from us, not as private but it was only for one night, so we rather annoyingly had to move all our camp and kit for one night. We had a breakfast of muffins ...
... then they get a rain shadow on the east coast. That creates these lush rainforest with hanging moss in the Hall of Mosses hike that we did. We also noticed the nurse logs. With such shallow roots because of good rain, the trees fall down quite easily and become nurseries for new trees and plants. When these logs eventually decay there is a hole left at the base of the tree! Interesting to see and understand.
We had one more stop before camp and that ...
The drive from Forks to Quinault started out and ended in sunshine; fog along coast. The coastal drive is along the bluffs with views of the beach and Pacific.
Good view of Kaloch Beach at low tide from the pullout; sandy beach with huge driftwood trees. Several people were riding their bikes along the beach.