The Shelter Cove Oceanfront Inn
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... body of the island. Dinosaurs are classified into 2 orders: Saurischia and Ornithischia. Saurischia means "lizard hip", so the dinosaurs in this order have hip structures similar to those of lizards. Ornithischia, on the other hand, means "bird hip", so the dinosaurs belonging to this order all have hips similar to those of birds. The first dinosaurs we will encounter are sauropods, ...
... the foggy morning time. We headed to the beach in the early afternoon again where we enjoyed the black sands and waves all over again, but this time with a few more people throughout the afternoon. We made dinner at Seal Rock, and then returned to our campsite for the second night. Tomorrow we will head back to civilization where we can connect with the world again, but we will miss the feeling of being a little bit lost on a beach of tiny black ...
... Before dinner we grabbed a few beers, made our way out to the beach and enjoyed the opportunity to watch a group of Pelicans and a lone Osprey hovering and diving into the surf for their dinner. At one point, we found ourselves being watched… by a seal who popped its head up to check us out not 50 yards from the shore. After dinner, we built a fire with logs that one of our neighbors shared with us. They subsequently stopped by to talk for a bit and turns out ...
... redwood. We climbed up onto it and proceeded to walk from one end all the way to the other. It took 90 steps!!
We then walked along by the river for a little while. There was a Giant Redwood that had toppled and now bridged the river. Always one for an adventurous route, I hopped up and began traversing the fallen giant. Also crawling along it was an awesome looking hairy caterpillar. I observed it wriggling along until it suddenly rolled ...
... detour bypasses the highway and takes you along back roads of Mount Vernon past peoples' houses and traffic is constant - bumper to bumper & just crawling along in both directions. I feel so sorry for the people living along there having to deal with all that until the bridge is rebuilt - which is meant to be by the end of Fall. Thankfully the rest of the trip was pretty uneventful (yay) and we arrived at Tulalip Casino around 3pm. I don't think we've ever been so glad to ...