Gull Wing Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... 8211; dead fallen trees that give life to new trees and plants. These rotten trees can store lots of water when it rains, to get the new trees and plants through the dry season. Here was one nurse tree not on the ground, but that had trees growing up from it, in mid air! Here are a few more shots from that walk. Our final hike was a climb ...
... We might be spoiled as the richness of that rainforrest supersedes Olympics. We had some coastline to cover the ranger advised us. But first there was time for lunch. Between this tremendous National Park there are people trying to make a business. Like the voluptuous owner of the Hungry Bear. Right after Forks. We had a burger while we watched the owner fire the cook. Who ...
... Have I mentioned.... I HATE BEES!!!!
On the bright side, we also had a lovely view of Quinault River during our trip, from varying angles.
Then we turned onto a bridge... which I may or may not have made Justin pull over to the side on and turn on the blinkers, so I could take pretty river pictures... and turned onto North Shore road.
I thought we were going to die on that road. It wasn't even a real road... It consisted of lots of little rocks, and winded ...
... man from California who was just returning after an epic ride from his cat all over the country. He was jamming out to a local radio station on his solar powered speakers when we passed him the first time. We crossed paths several times throughout the day and had fun exchanging touring stories as we had both biked the Olympic Trail from Port ...
... friends from Overland Park (near KC) were on a 3-couple adventure in July 2008, we stopped at the Lake Crescent lodge for lunch . . . and had lavender ice cream . . . yes, you read that right!! They grow a lot of lavender in this region and have a lavender festival . . . but I gotta' tell ya’ . . . it tastes like eating a bar of soap!
The lodge is still there, but we didn’t go in . . . I took a picture of the lake and a shot into ...