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Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
... those elk we saw earlier. They now greet us on the side of the road and Wow! Are they so much bigger up close. We are within 7 feet of a huge bull elk with fantastic antlers. We watch him closely both in awe and to gauge his actions as he could quickly charge our van. We would have little time to react. He eyes us but then happily goes back munching on the grass. We are quiet and still (except for our camera!)
... but the area was closed for the season. But this little patch of heaven was just fine for us. A fallen log was our bench and our laps, the table. The lake is separated from Lake Sutherland by a chunk of mountain. Legend says that Mount Storm King became so angry with the Quileute and Clallam tribes fighting that he threw a boulder down on them effecting blocking the passage through the valley and causing the lake to divide into two separate lakes. I am ...
... br> I captured some of the sites on camera . . . and I couldn't get a really good shot, but got kind of a clumsy . . . one with a Starbucks umbrella outside their café . . . at the entrance to Chinatown!!!
Victoria is a very nice city . . . and I see even more of its 'niceness’ at the ferry terminal. We have never been her more than a few hours on any visit . . . to actually tour the gardens and look around the Inner Harbor area . . . gotta’ put on that ...
From downtown Port Angeles we drove about one hour almost straight up and into the Olympic National Park. At an elevation of 5,242 feet (1,598 m), Hurricane Ridge is a year-round destination.
U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt ...
... the drive if the deer hadn't been so quick!
We arrived at the KOA in Port Angeles and headed straight to the pool after setting up. We do seem to be creatures of habit! After laundry, we checked out the harbour in Port Angeles. It was neat to see tons of logs in the marina waiting to get shipped out. In between speeding tickets and deer on the highway we saw quite a few trucks transporting logs as well, ...
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