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... many other times before on this trip, it surprised us...great service, drinks, company and FOOD! Good thing there is a month between coming home and Gillian's wedding to shed these travel pounds. Rain is forecast for tomorrow by noon...so up early, rain suit prepared, and looking forward to seeing friends in Vashon and Gilda's Club Seattle!
Until tomorrow riding the Olympic Peninsula
Chuck Anne and Ziggy
... We too a bunch of pictures, and continuesd west until we reached the town of Forks, where US101W suddenly turned south and became US-101S. I've never seen a road change markings like this before, but it was accurately describing the direction of the road.
As we continued south, it was now about 4:00 and the hotel was still a couple of hours away. We had skipped the Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort, but were now trying to ...
... Bay is one of the leading oyster areas in the country -- there are several big oyster factories that produce huge piles of oyster shells during their process. Don't know what they do with them, but they look kinda cool! At every bend in the road you can buy fresh oysters -- too bad neither of us likes oysters! The "Cranberry Coast", an 18-mile stretch of beach between ...
... because I went to school at 7000 feet. But when you start at below sea level and head up, it is a good climb. It was a spectular view of the Strait of Juan De Fuca, Vancouver Island & Victoria.
We also had deer that came up pretty close in the meadow. The view of the Olympic mountains and the glaciers was also beautiful.
After the drive down, we headed ...
... on the motorcycle.
I had a lovely ride on highway 20 and 101 on the Olympic Peninsula. The ride past Crescent Lake was spectacular because the water was crystal clear and there were huge cedars and spruce in many locations around the lake. I tried to get a picture that would reflect the massive width (not girth) of 4-5 feet of some of the trees along the lakeshore, but I was having trouble getting a picture to reflect ...