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... pictures?" After informing him that we did, we also informed him about getting to close to wildlife and how it wasn't a very good idea, so that's why we didn't get any closer, like he did. He almost seemed surprised that he shouldn't have gotten that close. Maybe he learned a lesson that day, and maybe he didn't.
At this point, it was getting late in the day so we headed down the mountain and back to camp. Stopping off only to pick ...
... anenomes, feather duster worms, and bat stars.
Brad and the kids were heading to the Laundromat five miles up the road. I decided to go with them, so I could reorganize the car. I’m glad I did. There was no fog, and it was in the 70s. The girls played checkers on the porch of the Joyce Museum, It was originally a train depot built in 1914. Brad and the girls looked at the artifacts and fossils in the museum and ...
... at 9:30, and played at a park on the way. I have to say it was a very relaxed start, compared to what it would have been taking the Vancouver ferry.
Itinerary (with comments)
8-9 Arrive at terminal
10 Foot passengers pass through customs
10:30 Ferry departs Victoria
12:00 Port Angeles arrival (plan on being delayed 30 mins as US Customs again interrogates all cars)
1:00 Finish picking ...
... I'd requested a transfer this morning which front desk were happy enough to fulfill. The room only has four beds, and one is a double. And I was the first in the room. Result! Spread eagled sleeping it is! Once I'd found a printers I could access my emails at to gain hard copies of my flight details I hit up the cinema. The Way Way Back is the story of a geeky kid who finds a bit of confidence working at a waterpark for the summer. Almost the exact ...
... happens to be where the huge boomers come into and out of the sub base . . . reportedly the canal is 700 feet deep in some places.
On the west side . . . is some timber land that was logged off . . . and in the late 80's when we were out here, we actually looked at a piece of property that had 200 feet of frontage on Hood Canal, looking east . . . but the beach was about 100 feet straight down . . . in the end we flinched!!
There was more logged off and ...