Pacific Beach Inn
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... cultures present in this seaport. We finally found a Visitor’s Information Centre in Aberdeen. We had a great staff person at the Centre who gave us all the information on the Olympic National Forest (another one of Teddy Roosevelt’s initiatives). We found out that campgrounds were open – which was a good thing, because there ...
An early start, left Lake Crescent shrouded in low cloud and drizzle.
Started second leg of Olympic peninsula. Breakfast had been so good day
before we decided to revisit Forks diner and were not disappointed.
After refuelling the beast (could it really be that hard, with an ex oil executive
at the pump??) we headed off to Hoh Rainforest around 65 miles. ...
... us that we were outside their catchment area, so in the end Robyn and Jonathan had to catch a bus one more time downtown.
The bus was running late, and the highlight was probably seeing the hydraulic lift that helped a bloke in a wheelchair out of the bus.
At the car rental company (the bus driver over shot the bus stop so it was a longer than expected walk back to the office) the first stage was easy. But then the wait for ...
... br> I think Jamie did a good job covering what we saw in Nature so I'll take a different angle and talk a little about the human side. We took a boat tour on the Lake and our guide (and the other tourists, one of whom was a local to the area) where we not only saw the area, but learned about the people and their struggles there.
First, let's talk size: Aberdeen, which was one of the biggest cities we drove through, had a population ...
... and Lake Quinault Lodge. We saw a bald eagle just chill-laxing on a tree, an osprey nest, and an eagle nest. We got to explore July Creek for a little while, which is a really beautiful and peaceful area nested in trees and has a really pretty creek. We also got to see somewhat of a sunset on the lake, though it wasn't really that sunny, so it wasn't much of a sunset, but it had some color.
Then we sat in the lobby, drank hot chocolate, played scrabble till about midnight ...