TripAdvisor Reviews Aircrest Motel Port Angeles
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... we stayed on board and hosted our son Chris, his wife Stacie, grandson Mason and granddaughter Taylor. We were so impressed with how smoothly their boarding process turned out. You know me, I am the consummate worry wart, but our wonderful hotel staff not only made the visit possible, but treated them like visiting royalty. The Indonesian and Pilipino crew members were especially charmed by their presence, warming their hearts as they thought of ...
We arrived in Port Angeles around lunch time, and headed straight over to the campground. Elwha Dam RV Park, while mostly catering to RV'ers, has 2 acres for tent campers, no reservations necessary. It was a lovely spot as there were no other tent campers there at all. Only drawback to the place is it is just off the highway, and logging trucks make a lot of noise at 2 am. But I digress. After setting up camp, we headed over to ...
... early the next morning. I made a quick run to dump our dishwater. No big deal, just the usual tasks we go through every time we pack up. Another couple washing their dishes stepped aside for me to dump the water, and this is when mouse incident number two occurred. As I dumped the water, a dead mouse plopped out of the bucket. That was it. I completely freaked out, dropped the bucket and was screaming. My hands and arms were shaking. The other ...
... third of the way in by a lack of desire to continue impersonating a mountain goat.
We then walked along the wharf near the ranger station and marveled at the crystal clear turquoise lake water. Unfortunately neither of us had our swimming costumes which was a shame as the water whilst cold looked incredible, the lake bottom was completely visible from above.
Jumped in the car and drove ...
Spent the day on the Elwha River, learning about the major dam deconstruction and habitat restoration project -- the largest in the US. In 2012, two earthen dams were pulled down (well, one is still in the process of being removed), and the Elwha River allowed to flow freely. Salmon stocks are already returning in ...
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