Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
... and then walk out for dinner just down the road to the Cafe Garden restaurant and I have Wild Halibut and Jackie has Dungeness Crab Cakes everything is delicious but feeling shattered now and we even give the bar a miss and go back to the hotel not before looking at the awesome sunset over the town get to hotel pour a drink then sleep
Saturday 31st May
up early again and set out on a leisurely drive west to Marymere falls on the way we go past ...
... of that . . . then the guy who put them in there showed up!! Yep, it was a guy. The one lady tells him that she had to resist not folding them!!
They two women are from the Pittsburg area . . . and traveling together (I would guess them in their mid-50’s) . . . they have done Vancouver and Victoria . . . and, like us, are now back in the US.
A couple of items weren’t quite dry, but I fold the rest . . . and hang the others in the room . . . and turn in.
... degrees at the to. We didn't want to dig through the bags for more gear so we will start tomorrow wit a trip into winter.
this was truly one of those days that remind me why I love to ride,
distance: 192 miles
Route: 101 north / 113 north / 112 east / 101 east (yes 101 changes from north/south to east/west when you go around the northeast corner of the puget sound).
Lunch: "restaurant" in Forks, ...
... all kind of tropical plants, butterflies all over (wear red, they all come sit on you until they realise you are no food), the Chrysalids, the caterpillars, the little eggs we could see on the plants.
The 3 of us went there to draw! Watercolor for Jocelyn and Carol, just graphite pencil for me. A lovely afternoon. I saw Flamingo's, Tortoises, an ibis bird, some parakeets, two parrots, and lots of butterflies all ...
... and a much flatter trail. After a little more hiking, we arrived at our car back at Obstruction Point, where we were all tired, thirsty, and ready for a break.
On our way out of the park, we stopped at Hurricane Ridge, for one last view of the mountains. Before we got to the lookout area we passed a group of people feeding some of the Black-tailed deer who live in the area, and even though the deer are adorable (especially the fawns), it does sadden me to ...
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