Dungeness Bay Cottages
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... This is supposed to be the 'banana belt' of WA so hopefully we don't jinx it and bring the rains. Really nice walking/bike riding path extending both directions from town. Fantastic views of the mountains and plenty of things to explore. The drive here was on a little more challenging roads that I expected--especially the narrow bridges. The camp host told us of stories of how mirrors have been knocked off ...
More rain this morning. No Buchart Gardens yet again! Alternative plans quickly made. Jude and John will go whale watching. There was only two seats left, so we sent them off and we did the Museum of Victoria. Was very interesting (and dry) and we did get to see a bear! Took a photo for proof. Unfortunately Judy and John weren't quite so lucky ... no whales, but they did see bald-headed eagles and lots of sea-lions. And Judy has decided that she now has her sea-legs as this ...
... keepers for a week. It is located at the tip of the 5-mile long Dungeness Spit. The lighthouse has been in continuous operation providing navigational aids to ships in the Strait of Juan de Fuca, since its completion in 1857. To get to this lighthouse, you take a 5 mile walk at low tide. They say to allow 5 hours for the walk and tour. Needless to say, we just ...
... greeting the adventure to be had. I can't believe it's nearly here. For the last two weeks, I have been doing research, making phone calls, reserving spots at hostels, reserving airline seats, and collecting the necessary supplies to make this trip. I'm not even done collecting said items (I need to pick up an extra SD card and some batteries for my point-and-shoot).
I won't make my list here, because it will be displayed ...
... right now?)
Anyway, we kept on, and were just two miles away and then 1 mile and, then, snow. A lot of snow. By the side of the road at first. Then, up ahead, blocking the road. What elevation were we at now anyway?
Sarah stops the car.
We were all alone up here with no cell service and no equipment. It was feeling dumb and dumber with every second. And we were surrounded by big (albeit beautiful) trees, enormous mountains and big cliffs off the side of the ...
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