Port Angeles Downtown Hotel
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... then drove to Olympic National Park. Lots of folk around, camp sites all full. Drove the Hurricane Ridge road, up to 1590 metres. Thick forest on all sides,(sub-alpine fir trees) and snow capped mountains. A glimpse of the Blue Glacier and the Carrie Glacier. Did a short walk at the top; lovely alpine meadows, and very tame black tailed ...
... still today; 'Cause there ain't no doubt I love this land; God bless the U.S.A." We're staying in a KOA campground on the top of the Olympic Peninsula -- as far north as you can go in Washington on the Pacific side as the Strait of Juan de Fuca separates the peninsula from Vancouver Island, British Columbia. And it's as far north as we're going on our trip -- we've traveled 10,292 miles through 14 states so far and are now going to start heading ...
As I have shared before, music has the ability to bring back such poignant memories. Such is the case as I write the final chapter of this Grand Adventure. All of you, have in your own way, contributed tidbits, or volumes, but they are all here and are immediately, and vividly brought back through the music I have listened to during our time together.
This day marks the end of the wonderful times we have shared together during this last cruise, especially ...
... agent, Alan Shiller, to send us the itinerary for our days in Macau and Hong Kong. Yesterday we received that information via email and we are stoked as we learn more about what he has come up with. Like….
Jet-Catting to Macau and our lunch at Café Litoral after which we will be touring the Mount Fortress, Amah Temple, the Ruins of St Paul’s church, the old city walls and Senada Square before settling ...
... was getting a bit chilly so what did we do? Yes, thats right, call us crazy but we bought an icecream!
Sad to admit we missed out bus stop and momentarily felt a bit lost as we made our way up the Transcanadienne Hwy before getting off to go back the other way when Blake realised he forgot our tickets so we had to pay again to go back 2 stops. We made it back... eventually!
Tomorrow we are catching the ferry to Van city!