The Edgecliff Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... camped in a State Park. It wasn't the most pleasant experience with misunderstandings and uncomfortable moments between us and another group. We moved sites (with their help) and packed up first thing in the am. We didn't take a picture at this site.
We hit the road with the goal of making it to a hotel in Port Angeles for the night befor taking off to Vancouver Island to see the family and pick up our boy.. :)
... Henry made friends with a 'mermaid' and he jumped around as a 'sea monkey', ooo-ooo-aah-aahing the whole time. It was nice to see him interacting with other kids. He misses his preschool friends. Right next to the aquarium is the self-proclaimed 'Aquarium Village', a motley assortment of "antique" stores (household junk) that all sport a rather dilapidated pirate theme. Case in point, there's a pirate statue (not the one pictured here) that you put ...
Today starts my birthday month! For those of you who are uninitiated as of yet into my own private little world, you might as well know now that there will be NO Father's Day this year since it unhappily falls on my birthday…unhappily for all of you fathers, but that is life. I take the WHOLE month of June for my Birthday Extravaganza. John gets the 27th for HIS birthday, but if Father’s Day falls on the 17th that is just too ...
... br> In a parking lot a huge Dodge from Montana parked next to us and a tiny man climbed out of it with a help of a ladder that folds out automatically. You could probably transport a couple of cows in the back of the car. I just don’t understand why Americans are so obsessed with huge cars. A pick-up truck makes a lot of sense if you are a farmer and need to transport stuff. However, most pick-up trucks we saw are driven in the cities and usually the only cargo they carry is ...
... br> On the west coast beaches there are small flocks of birds which feed along the waterline - sorry do not what they are called, but they are fun to watch as they run along the surf line - what amazes me is that they always stay just an inch ahead of the water. They run backwards and forwards with the waves managing to keep out of the water and feed. Wonderful clever little birds I could watch them for hours.