The Dew Drop Inn Motel
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... 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!!
... through loads of trees. Luckily there was a turnout for us to stop in which happened to have a little trail that lead us to the beach. First of all the trees were really cool and funny as they looked really knobbly like Twiglets!
We walked down the little hill/cliff thing and climbed over meters of driftwood to the most tranquil (as Jess described it) spot we had experienced the whole trip so far. I think the beach was called Kalaloch Beach and ...
... 20 miles away from Kalaloch, and it’s one of the quietest places in the United States. About 3.25 miles down the Hoh River Trail, lies THE quietest place in the country. Once you’re there, you can’t hear any manmade noise – no cars, no trains, no planes, no construction. Just nature. He tells us he was just there last week for his birthday and it was amazing.
Well, if it’s the ...
... burls are like tumors, but they don't kill the trees. They are just and overgrowth of cells that produces huge knobs on the sides of the trees.
We headed back to the RV and back up 101 north to stop at Ruby Beach. Here we actually walked down the trail to the beach and again were able to bring Nash with us. It was also gorgeous and we got some pictures. There was a lighthouse ...