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... 400 feet and easily 10’ in diameter.
I really don’t mean to minimize the Hoh Forest experience the trees and flora were amazing. We saw where trees had fallen and others taken root in the decaying remnants. Ferns growing right out of the forks of live trees and moss covered branches. The latter reminded me of our trip to Louisiana with the moss covered oaks. However these were spruce, hemlock and large ...
Even though there was a strong wind blowing, the skies were overcast and the temperatures were in the 50’s, the welcome to our home port was one of the warmest of our whole cruise. Hordes of hearty volunteers greeted those passengers who braved the inclement weather to experience Northwest hospitality. Our visit even made the front page of our local newspaper on Sunday– Woo – woo!!
However we did not go ...
... is those who have shared this Grand Voyage with us. Your comments of encouragement and the joy of your shared memories were what kept me writing. It is my intention to have this blog, including your comments, published in a hard bound, one edition, collection of memories. Thank you all.
So it was with all those memories running through or minds that consumed our thoughts as we went through the sad goodbyes on the ship and in that beautiful hotel lobby, and in ...
Barbara has been following three more blogs that you might find interesting as our cruise progresses. Although three of the next four have not posted for this cruise, these Folks have indicated that they will so stay tuned. http://wheresnina.wordpress.com/ http://ellielm.blogspot.com/ http://mrvideo1949.com/2014/07/05/grand -pacific-far-east-voyage/ http://gdjmtravels.blogspot.com/ Hopefully ...
... in the car we decided to head to the west entrance of the park to the Hoh Rainforest. While the visitor center looks to be only several miles away from Sol Duc Falls you must go back out the north entrance and all the way around to the Pacific Coast area. It took another hour. We walked the Hall of Mosses trail which was pretty. The fern are huge, and the trees are pretty big and covered in moss.
We stopped in Forks, WA (home of ...