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Travel Blogs from Ocean Shores
... than this! BBQ Hamburgers and Polish Hot Dogs with all the fixins that included watermelon and home made pickles for lunch. Now onto nap time then a walk to Sol Duc Falls. Tonight in the amphitheater there is a program that we plan on seeing. Don't know what the program is but probably a park ranger will share with us some great information. Tomorrow we will all head towards home. Cousins and friends going to Cape Dissapointment on the WA coast for ...
... the dog-shaped kite named bowser who we borrowed from Emmys son six year old son Blaine, but got caught in the rain and had him returning to the car soaking wet. We stayed in one of the condos which adorned our first night in luxury. Dinner was barbecued on our patio grill and the night was spent relaxing and watching some TV which felt like the first time in months. Our trip is underway and with so much to look forward to, we're approaching it one day at a ...
Well, stop one is complete! We arrived at pacific beach state park around 2pm yesterday, got some more layers of clothes on and went for a walk along the beach (see pictures). Around 3:30 we decided we had better set up camp before it got dark. Employing some good old teamwork, we set up the tent, pumped up the air mattress (I actually can't take credit ...
Finally an 'easy' day. By easy I mean not sweating our own body weight snailing it up hills but cruising gracefully along quiet coastal roads through nature reserves in the sun. Still cycled forty miles though meet up with our new friend Richard who is touring from Seattle. We all camp together right by the beach and Ben and I even take a short dip before the sun goes down. We later name Richard 'Rich the saviour', as he adjusts my saddle to ...
... the monster!
We drove to Merriman Falls and into the valley with beautiful homes dotting the area. Along the road we saw signs that said, “No more wilderness, no national park expansion” and “Working Families =Working Forests”. Evidently it boils down to logging issues. Private landowners contract with logging companies and there’s a big economic impact. No logging is permitted on state lands ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting