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 ...
... have to scramble and re-do them again (back in the room).
But, I now have a copy of the Accident Report from Stewart, BC (I had to wind up calling the office in Prince George (further up the RCMP food chain) to give them a nudge to get that . . . which worked . . . I got a call from the Cpl who was in charge of the detachment in Stewart and he said if I had any more problems or questions . . . to call him . . . OK. I sent this report to ...
... red rocks found in the sand. This makes the sand more dark than red, but it is still stunning because of the giant driftwood that has washed up. Ethan and Owen have great fun climbing over the driftwood and finding big sticks to hit each other with. I leave them to it and take some photos using my new monopod. Next is Kalaloch Beach, very similar to Ruby Beach, but we are able to get a drink and a sandwich. We also stopped at Big ...
... with lots of gulls, birds we didn't know and pelicans.
Back at base camp we had a sort out of all our kit, managed to condense it a little, cooked up some camp fare of soup and tuna muffins by the fire. The rest of the evening was spent reading before heading to bed before our early start in the morning.
I woke before the alarm at 6.30am the next morning and packed up to catch our buses to Seattle, with the first one at 9.30 half a mile ...
... 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, ...