Floating Feather Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Today we got an early start on what promised to be an ambitious day. The free breakfast at the hotel was lame today, just muffins and granola bars. We were on the road by 7:30. Most of today was spent on US-101, the Pacific Highway. It begins in Tumwater, WA, and on the first leg, it is called US-101N. This passes by on the eastern side of the Olympic National Park, and runs adjacent to the Hood Canal, the westernmost portion of ...
... coming and going. We had lunch in a local seafood restaurant and really enjoyed the halibut (me) and cod (Dan). Then we went to see the Grays Harbor Lighthouse in Westport, built in 1898, that stands 107 feet tall and is the tallest lighthouse in Washington. The elevation in the park is 43 feet, and high temperatures have been in the mid-60's, lows in the mid-50's, and ...
... and it was a spectacular view. This is Sue with the dogs. They loved to run a play on the beach. The tide was out and we had about 100 yards of grey, really fine sand. There were several groups of people from the campground on the beach to enjoy the sunset. One group had a fire going which was very nice. There is a public access adjacent to the campground. There were also a couple ...
... small" homes on the coast. Once we hung up I pulled up our rental – The Beachcomber. It's a home that sleeps 6 and was listed at $600,000. The nautical décor was beautiful. All the cooking and cleaning amenities you could want after being on the road for a week. Naturally I claimed the master bedroom with the California king, heated tile floor and large bathtub. Jacob got the front bedroom but was excited to have an ocean view. Only one week on the road and ...
... broil instead of smoke. We like to smoke the scallop for 15-20 minutes, so low temperature is critical.When smoker is ready take scallops out of marinade and once again place on dry paper towel. At this time lightly sprinkle sea salt over scallops. (If you add salt in the marinade, the salt and acidity of the lemon juice will start a cooking process and give a rubbery texture to the scallop.) Also, the medium-course sea salt adds a nice crunch or flavor burst in ...