Port Angeles Downtown Hotel
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... out we are? From Port Angeles to the turn off for our road is about 25 miles then we are out another 13 miles. We got real nervous as we drove in on the first day as Suzie, about 3.5 miles along Sol Duc Road told us we had reached our destination. We were in the middle of untamed forest on a narrow two lane road headed further and further into the woods and away from civilization and running low on gas. About 9 miles later we finally found the lodge and ...
... be boarding the Coast Starlight out of Tacoma, WA, heading south to our port of embarkation; the beautiful Port of San Diego, California. One of the attractions for me is the number of days sailing the Pacific Ocean – I count 18!!!
Since traveling via Amtrak can sometime have its surprises, we have opted to travel to arrive a day before we sail. For accommodations we have booked the 500 West Hotel ...
... ends resulting in
Thursday evening we were honored with a farewell dinner at
Chris and Stacie's with their children Mason and Taylor. Stacie prepared a sumptuous meal of Beef
Stroganoff, with herb roasted veggies and a fruit salad. After dinner we were treated
to a digital slide show of their recent road trip to Kansas. I have included a picture of their ...
... s characters) for groceries before heading to Rialto Beach on the Pacific Ocean. The beach is covered in black rock, has giant drift logs piled on top of each other, and sea stacks. We tried to climb to one of the sea stacks, but it was getting late. We decided we’d come back tomorrow to explore further.
Second Beach is near Rialto Beach. It’s a popular camping beach. I wanted to stay there one night, but we have run out of ...
His art work at age 12 is better than mine is now.
This link has a short intoduction video.
This link is to his artwork. I love that he tells about the paintings rather than just has photos of them.
Inspiring stuff, even if you are not an artist.