Olympic Suites Inn
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Well I wrote this out last night because the internet was messed up in the hotel, only to try it again his morning and now it works! Argh... oh well.
Well, another day another yurt. J
I've decided I really like staying at campgrounds. Firstly, the smell of campfires is THE BEST. Secondly, the sense of community is nice. Everyone is …
... in the Olympics, the water is bluer than blue and the trees are as green as green can be. There is boating, fishing, swimming, hiking and relaxing. There is a small store and a restaurant on site. I am not sure what the restaurant pricing is but I would suspect you will need some coin to eat here. Our visit to the lake was short but was seared in our memory for a future place to stay.
A final stop for the day was Sol Duc Hot Springs. It is ...
... Lot's houses, all mostly empty .... must be a holiday rental area.
Went for a swim in the hotel pool and sat in the hot spa total relaxation.
Walked into town, for dinner at Bennett's Fish & Chip & clam chowder again ...
... our two room cabin overlooking the ocean. It had no phone, internet or TV, so we picked a couple of board games and a puzzle to pass the time. How often are we totally disconnected? When Ken and I walked to the lodge store we saw two pay phones and laughed that we just don't see those any more. Once we found out that we had no cell service, we understood why there were still in service!
Paige took ...
... rise. It was quite a site... driving past the Olympic Mtns as the sun drops behind them, sending light beams upward. The pale, perfect disc rising ahead of you in the delicate pinks and purples of dusk... moving in and out of the tall pines as we drove back east. Gentle moon; perfect day.
Return ferry with full moon above and black water below. Quiet and cold.
And again, my journey is now.
More photos to come!!