The Dew Drop Inn Motel
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... though theirs seemed more amusing than anything. The restaurant was so typical of small town America in which everyone knew each other and the restaurant dedicated a whole wall to the towns high school football team. Everyone just seemed really lovely, I would be so intrigued to find out what they think about the whole Twilight association and what everything was like before the whole Twi-hard craze! I guess we’ll never know!
Ness (and ...
... tallest, largest, longest, gummiest, oldest, you name it), we just HAVE to see it.
We thank him for the tip and head on our way.
Three and a half hours and one “LARGEST Sitka Spruce Tree!” later, we arrive at Kalaloch.
It’s right on the coast, it’s cold and there’s rain in the forecast tonight. We’re thankful we thought to pack our ski coats and pants in the madness of the ...
Monday June 13th
We headed back to 101 north to continue on our way. Our next stop was when 101 reaches the Pacific Ocean and we were now in the Olympic National Park. We stopped at the pullout for Beach No. 1 and walked the trail out to the cliff over the beach. It was pretty and we got some good pictures. We also walked the trail to see the Sitka spruce with their burls. ...
Day 1 - Enter 7 Lake Basin Loop and head towards Deer Park
Had an early start since I needed to walk a couple of miles to reach the Visitor center from the Motel. Unlike Glacier NP didnt have as much trouble getting permits for camping sites. Found Olympic provided more sites in a small area than Glacier NP. In the end decided on trying both of the walks that had been suggested to me by people I had previously met. That is, the walk in the Sol Duc area and a ...