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... along with red alder, the same trees in the grove behind our camper.
We were in a hurry to get first to Ruby Beach and then to an Indian Museum part way round the peninsula which was going to take us along the Pacific coast so we grabbed a quick lunch to go at a convenience store along the way.
Ruby Beach was our first encounter with the Pacific on this trip. It was beautiful with the waves lapping onto a ...
... 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 ...
... into Puyallup, WA to find some breakfast. Unfortunately, the restaurant we had planned to go to was only open for breakfast on weekends, (Crockett's Public House, an excellent restaurant featured on Food Network's "Diner's, Drive-in's, and Dive's" show) we ended up at another local eatery, Rose's Restaurant. Fine, home cooked comfort food, and an excellent start to our day. We drove up through Tacoma along the Olyompic Peninsula towards ...
... the Marymere Falls trail which was about 2 miles in length and was a very gentle stroll through lush forest beside bubbling creeks and a waterfall pay off t the end.
A tributary track off the above hike was the Mt Storm King trail. This was way more challenging as it climbed 2,100 ft over 2 miles and then a descent along the same track. We bravely attempted the hike, however we were thwarted ...
... for us, it was snowing and raining so we couldn't quite see the beauty that lie ahead of us. I was glued to the window waiting to see what was going to pop up in front of us and as we approached the mainland we were confronted with some of the most amazing scenery I have ever seen. I thought the views from Cypress over Vancouver were hard to beat but this smashed it out of the water! The pictures don't do the views any justice (and I had to ...
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