Gull Wing Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a sign that read "Big Spruce Tree". Naturally we pulled over to see what the sign was indicating. As we had thought, the sign indicated that there was a big spruce tree nearby. I had a vague idea of how big it would be, but this blew even my mind away. Ible's too. Just on the side of the road stood the biggest spruce tree I had ever laid eyes on. This Sitka Spruce tree was literally the size of a lot of buildings that I have seen. After reading the interpretive sign that ...
... so I explained that my wife is a cat person . . . and she volunteered that she is too . . . and that if anything happens to her husband . . . she is going to get another cat!!!!! Take that, now will ya'!!
I'll write more later . . . but I want some of the readers of this blog to know . . . that we stopped by the Lake Crescent Lodge (home of the good lunch and lavender ice cream for dessert) and Kalaloch Lodge (for lunch . . . service and ...
... Twilight films. It is a small poor town complete with rundown trailer parks and ordinarily I would put my foot down on the accelerator and speed away without looking back. However, the "Twilight" angle adopted by the town intrigues us (where else can you buy Bella's Biscuits and Gravy or Jacob's blueberry cobbler!) and we stop at the visitor centre to take a photo of the town sign and Bella's car. Owen is trying to act disinterested ...
... and hot tea before heading off to the beach. It was even more overcast than yesterday with the fog rolling in on the beach. So we headed to the lodge where they have a patio and restaurant where we nursed a coffee for a few hours whilst I tried my hand at the crossword and sudoko in the local paper without much success. When we walked along the beach back to camp via the bridges made of driftwood there were so many birds on the beach it looked like a ...
... last stop at the Pacific Ocean. We stopped at Ruby Beach where there are a number of sea stacks along the beach and just offshore. The car park was also full as we ventured down onto the pebble beach with giant driftwood washed ashore. Someone had even written down in the sand, “Hannah I bet you wish you were here!” It was relaxing to hear the waves crashing against the beach.
Our stop for the night was Lake Quinault which is part of a ...