Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
... from lobby to room . . . fortunately, the laundry is about 10 doors down . . . but both washers are occupied . . . I try later . . . they are done but the clothes haven’t been removed . . . the next time I go down . . . success, I get a load in . . . and there are two women waiting for washers/dryers . . . I have my timing down . . . and get in a load of lights to go with the darks . . . when I was a little tardy getting back, the one lady took my dark ...
... worth it though. Not only are there great views but we get two shocks: deer and snow!! We still have quite a way to go until our stop for the night, so after a short walk, we head onwards. We are staying at Sol Duc Hot Springs. Theoretically it should be nice- basic cabins in the heart of the park, next to the natural hot springs. When we arrive, there are no parking spaces available in the main car park so I pull ...
... one’s life, no matter had hard we try to keep it out. I should try to remember the words of Mark Twain: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.” Did I forget why we travel?
On a different vein, ...
... to places I had only dreamed of.It would be almost a year before I experienced my first “sea duty”, as I first had to finish 16 weeks of “boot camp”, then sixteen more weeks of Radioman School, followed by what was scheduled to be 8 weeks of training to be a Submariner, at New London, Connecticut.
That eight weeks was shortened to just two, after three buddies and ...
... to that one square inch. This time, we took it all in…(see video).
After sitting on a moss-covered log for 15 minutes, we found ourselves whispering to each other to preserve the quiet scene. Funny how a little time in the woods can put you so at ease and replenish that certain something that can't be named.
Back to the stumps for celebratory sammiches. Along the hike back we nearly ran into a herd of Roosevelt Elk - at least 15 of them surrounded us ...
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214 East Lauridsen Boulevard, Port Angeles | Motelfrom $40
535 East Front Street, Port Angeles | Motelfrom $49