Port Angeles Inn
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... feathered’ s are a common sight, however throughout our cruse there were none to be seen and admired especially the gulls surfing the air currents provided for them by a moving ship. As a matter of fact we witnessed very little ocean life as we cruised outside the normal shipping lanes. I spotted a few flying fish and the bridge watch and some passengers witnessed a number of whales spouting.
Our Visit to the beautiful Port of Vancouver, ...
... presence of fall
The visitor center, at just below 6,000 feet, had views of the whole Olympic mountain range, including a couple glaciers! Unfortunately they were smaller than they had been in decades past (global warming, perhaps?). We decided to hike (more like stroll) around the top of the mountain (Mt. Angeles, we think) on the Cirque Rim trail. Basically a paved walkway to some nice view points, including one with ...
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 ...
... than expected. No one is quite sure what is going to happen with the river water quality and soil composition, so it's being monitored closely. I was observing the monitoring today.
After the observations, I went up to Hurricane Ridge. Since the day was gorgeous -- clear and warm -- the view was fabulous!
... seen. It was done really well with a background that seemed to expand out for a long way and actual water and sand in the close sections. We also enjoyed the old shops etc on the top floor.
Our next visit was to the ‘World of Miniatures’ that we had spotted on the way to the bus. It was not expensive so we thought we would go in, given John’s mother's interest in miniatures. Later we told Wayne and Gary at the Inn that we were surprised how much we did enjoy ...