Ramada Ocean Shores
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hi everyone We left Port Angeles, Washington---going for a short day into the rain forest as we've seen and been to a lot of very high mountains and wanted a break from that. We just keep forgetting that 50 or 60 miles on windy, hilly roads doesn't go quickly and, so many hours later, we finally came into Montasano frozen and very weary. HOH rain ...
... than this! BBQ Hamburgers and Polish Hot Dogs with all the fixins that included watermelon and home made pickles for lunch. Now onto nap time then a walk to Sol Duc Falls. Tonight in the amphitheater there is a program that we plan on seeing. Don't know what the program is but probably a park ranger will share with us some great information. Tomorrow we will all head towards home. Cousins and friends going to Cape Dissapointment on the WA coast for ...
... permanently blown, long yellow seaside grass. Upon arriving, we took the car immediately onto the sandy beach where cars of all rugged levels were beachin' it, big and small alike. We ate lunch looking out into the Pacific Ocean for the first time since leaving Melbourne but from a completely different angle. After filling our bellies, we went for a long drive down the beach admiring the flocks of hundreds of seabirds and the occasional bald eagle. ...
Well, stop one is complete! We arrived at pacific beach state park around 2pm yesterday, got some more layers of clothes on and went for a walk along the beach (see pictures). Around 3:30 we decided we had better set up camp before it got dark. Employing some good old teamwork, we set up the tent, pumped up the air mattress (I actually can't take credit ...
... etc. We strolled along a path and enjoyed the gorgeous flowers and art that complemented the plants. There was a grape vine maze that might have been fun, but we didn’t want to make fools of ourselves if we got lost (again) with people watching from the restaurant!
Then on to see the tall ships in the Historic Aberdeen Seaport. They were advertised in all the visitor’s guides and brochures. I put the address ...