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... rain forest. But he also informed us of the long drive times between each place, which helped us to plan the rest of our time there. Since it was still early in the day we decided to begin our explorations of the park with the closest area he had mentioned, Hurricane Ridge. It was a beautiful drive up to the visitor center there. The clear skies offered sweeping mountain views, and valley views too, that were made even more spectacular ...
Drove 160 miles in 3.5 hours.
After having the best coffee of the trip so far at a cafe next door to the hotel re set off on the circular trip to Port Angeles, our gateway to the Olympic National Park. We could have taken a ferry and driven only 80 miles, however having seen the line we did a u-turn and decided to drive around the southern end of the ...
... along everyone if we drove. What we pay for gas, additional nights on the road and the extra Disney tickets, we make up for in zero airline costs. (That equation broke down when we added extra days at Disneyland for all 7 of us, but it was a good splurge.)
Depending on the route, the other consideration is that driving doesn't necessarily take that much longer. There are no direct flights to LA from Victoria, so many folks opt to fly out ...
... 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 ...
... spoke English- could say a word, Alice turns around and says "Yeah, nothing wrong, just go" and the captain pulls the throttle again all the way. He even made an extra round as Alice enjoyed it so much... I almost rolled out of the boat laughing.
We got a nice view on the harbor coming in. A lot of waterplanes here. Actually, Victoria is the only regulated water runway in the world. There is actually a tower here for the water runway.
When we got to the ...
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